About us

Award-winning precision machined products manufacturer with humble beginnings

Since 1952, Micron Manufacturing Company has grown from its humble beginnings as a screw machine shop to an award-winning leader of precision machined components. Micron can provide simple to highly technical parts, made from a variety of materials such as aluminum, brass, bronze, copper, plastics, stainless steel, and steel.

Today, Micron serves a variety of industries with a wide range of CNC machining capabilities that include:

  • Turning
  • Milling
  • Light assembly
  • Design for manufacturing
  • Prototyping for production
  • Inventory management

Micron has established partnerships to provide additional services, including:

  • Grinding
  • Plating
  • Heat treating
  • Finishing

Micron builds their customer relationships from the beginning with the quoting process. It starts with a feasibility process with engineers that specialize in design for manufacture, and continues through implementation of your part to production. Design and engineering support, along with the best machinery available, results in quality parts, on time, on budget, for all sizes and complexities.

We machine big to small products

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Founded in 1952 by Ed Preston, Micron Manufacturing began as a screw machine shop. Today, led by Ed's son Mike Preston, Micron is one of the industry's most reliable CNC machining companies for precision components, assemblies and subassemblies.

Micron has effectively combined Lean principles, Continuous Improvement, and Design for Manufacture. We call our unique and productive approach systemicron™.

systemicron is the means by which we are able to machine and deliver components with enduring reliability.

Our customers know that they can rely on us to deliver parts and service with absolute confidence.

Quality certifications

Associations & affiliations

Micron is active in the precision machining industry and community, through trade organization leadership and participation in the following organizations:



9th Annual MLC Conference

Dan Vermeesch, Chris Schmidt and Dave Seabrook recently attended the “9th Annual Michigan Lean Consortium Conference – Be a Transformer”. As a keynote speaker, Dan shared many stories of Micron’s lean journey focusing on what we learned, how we made a difference and, most importantly, how we had fun along the way. Chris shared a lifetime of mentoring experience while on a panel focusing on “Transformation via Coaching and Mentoring”. Dave set the tone for next years conference with “Hawaiian Shirt Day”. All came away with a greater appreciation for the need to transform and were amazed, once again, at the depth of talent in one place at one time. Surprise guest speaker, Dr. Jeffrey Liker, was icing on a very tasty 7-layer chocolate cake.


Micron has a Department of Labor (DOL) registered apprenticeship program to develop CNC machinists and programmers.

For current openings, send an email to hr@systemicron.com.