Staub Machine Company was founded in 1975 in the garage of Tony Staub’s childhood home. But Tony had bigger dreams than a garage (hey, we hear Steve Jobs did too), and over the next 37 years he built his company into an industry leader in the precision machining and production industry. Tony still serves as company president, and his goal of embracing technology and innovation through forward thinking and good old-fashioned corporate honesty has been realized and continued by company leaders.
Tony’s business started with the purchase of an engine lathe and without a single customer. It’s come a long way since then. With his extra-mile work attitude, he managed to build the extraordinary company that today is known simply as Staub. In 1995, Staub moved into an old Super Duper grocery store location at 206 Lake St. in Hamburg, and they remain there to this day. In 2010, Tony purchased two additional buildings on Grimsby drive, a mile away from the main location. With this added space and the opportunities it allows, the Staub team is able to take innovation and production to a brand new level.
With all that progress, you’d think Tony is ready to sit back and relax for a few years. But settling for a job well done isn’t the foundation on which Staub is built. In addition to the high-volume production machining that Staub is already known for, Tony plans to take the additive manufacturing world by storm and become a leader in 3D printing technology. Slowing down? Not even close.