In January of 2011, we prepared our shop in Angelica, Wisconsin, for what we deemed the inception and very first location of Wieber Machine.
The photo below shows me, Dennis Wieber, proudly standing next to the Doosan DNM 500, ready for my next step.
Outgrowing that facility in 2012, we opened up our second location in Green Bay, Wisconsin. A 2400 square foot building, compared to 400 square feet at our first location, we were well on our way. By December 3, 2012, we were ready for production. In May of 2015, 2.5 years and 5 full-time employees later, were at capacity again, looking for a new and bigger location.
Our current facility of 12,000 square feet houses 9 CNC’s and a Waterjet (See our equipment section). In this facility, we operate 2 shifts with a crew approaching 20, and we run 24 hours a day. Most recently, we’ve implemented a clean-air mechanical room that helps control the environment, temperature, humidity, pressure and reduces particles for our compressed air system which is vital for the operation of our machine tools. The end result: less downtime, more production.