Dynamic Fab expanding, new division formed
Posted: June 7, 2013
Dynamic Fabrication & Finishing, which was established two years ago and has since expanded to occupy 20,000 square feet in Banbury Place in Eau Claire, has signed a lease to occupy another 36,000 square feet for another expansion and provide space for a new division called Dynamic Fitness.
According to President Jason Tambornino, Dynamic Fab & Finishing offers laser cutting to manufacturers and Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEM).
"We recently purchased some new equipment and now have seven lasers that cut sheet metal. We also have a tube laser that cuts tubing," said Tambornino, who has 22 employees at Dynamic Fab.
Dynamic Fitness is a newly-formed company that manufactures commercial grade fitness equipment.
"We wanted to add a product line to our fabrication side. We will sell to schools, universities and youth clubs, like the YMCA and Gold's Gym. The equipment can also be purchased by individuals, if they want to pay the price. We've already had about $100,000 in sales and we haven't even started to market the products. So far, we have 10 pieces that we make, including flat benches and power cages, which are modular units that can be built out," said Tambornino, who added that he has two engineers, a salesperson and a graphic designer and social media specialist on staff.
Dynamic Fab & Finishing, which started in 2,500 square feet of space in Chippewa Valley Innovation Center two years ago, now leases more than 56,000 square feet in two buildings in Banbury Place. TBL