TINA L. SCOTT
Merrill Tool and Water Jet (MTW), located at 202 S. Thomas St. in Merrill, long known for precision water jet cutting, has rebranded its company and launched a new website to better communicate the growth of his company and the wide range of capabilities the company now offers.
Over the years, MTW has expanded its equipment and services to more than just waterjet cutting. The company is a full-service precision machining and manufacturing company that uses water jets, lasers, and other CNC capabilities to manufacture parts more efficiently than machining alone.
The rebranding of their name shows that they are more than just a waterjet cutting company and can offer a wide variety of different equipment and services to meet their customers’ needs.
The company has expanded its equipment and technological capabilities since 1999, and more than 20 years later now uses not only water jets, but also fiber optic lasers; band and cold saws; vertical mills, benches and knees; CNC lathes and turning centers; surface grinders; folding presses; wire EDM machines; TIG and MIG welders and turntables with plasma and torch cutting capabilities; and paint equipment to include shot blasting, tumblers and their paint booth. This wide range of state-of-the-art equipment enables the company to process many different materials including steel, carbon steel, stainless steel, titanium, aluminum, copper, brass, plastics and exotic materials engineered to exacting tolerances in a range of thicknesses.
In 2022, MTW purchased a new Mazak fiber optic laser to add to its current equipment capabilities.
The company’s new website more clearly describes MTW’s expanded range of services, equipment and capabilities. Users can access and download a full brochure and full equipment list, read customer testimonials, learn about MTW’s history, and view the company’s awards and media coverage. Visit: www.merrill-tool.com for more information.
“MTW has always focused on innovation and change to improve our business. We are excited about our new branding and website as it more effectively reflects our current business model,” said Lee Opsahl, owner and co-founder of MTW. “The new website will improve information and communication with our customers as well as with potential customers who may be interested in our services.”
As part of this rebrand, MTW has updated its logo and website to better reflect its versatility in precision machining and manufacturing, as well as updating its mission statement and values. fundamentals. Always a family business, MTW is focused on meeting deadlines, quality, fair pricing, excellent customer service, and building business relationships based on trust and integrity.