Bachhuber Mfg. Corp. was founded in 1983 by Peter Bachhuber while he was still employed at Mayville Engineering Company, a large stamping and fabricating firm in Mayville, WI. There he worked for his cousin Ted Bachhuber who at the time was president and CEO of the company. Peter was involved with tool & die engineering and was manager of research & development.
Being involved with metal stamping, Peter worked on a daily basis trying to find different ways to remove stampings from punch presses. Possibly hazardous hand removal or noisy air ejection of parts prompted Peter to seek a safer and quieter method. Thus he designed and built the first Model-100 BMC Punch Press Unloader, a totally mechanically operated unit. This press unloader not only resulted in a quieter and safer shop, but also proved to be a great profit maker. Thus Peter went off on his own and started Bachhuber Mfg. Corp., designers and builders of the BMC Punch Press Unloaders, "The Profit Makers".
Bachhuber Mfg. Corp. started out as a one-man operation in a 500 sq. ft. building, but within six months had to move into a larger 2,000 sq. ft. facility. With the addition of various manufacturing and CNC equipment, BMC acquired contract manufacturing capabilities to serve the southeast Wisconsin area. Two years later, BMC moved into a 5,000 sq. ft. facility and finally, in 1986 moved into its current location, a 30,000 sq. ft. building on Steel Lane. Presently, BMC employs about 30 people and manufactures press automation equipment in addition to contract CNC machining and tube bending.
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