Electronic Craftsmen will be attending the upcoming meeting of The Transformer Association (TTA) in Savannah, Georgia, November 28 - 30, 2018.

As an engineering firm, research and continuous improvement are key elements to our success. Now, we’re taking those best practices beyond our products and applying them to our company brand too.

Like many people these days, Tom wears a few hats - not only is he our Vice President and Engineering Manager, he’s also our “innovative leader” with a constant craving to learn.

Staying atop the rapidly changing requirements in the Digital Power space is a challenge. Power Pulse Weekly is one of our go to resources, find them on Twitter @powerpulse.

The Waterloo Region Manufacturing Innovation Network (MIN) has for more than a decade connected key stakeholder groups within the Waterloo Region manufacturing sector. Its mission is to strengthen the local supply chain and create a more responsive and globally competitive manufacturing community.

In a sea of start-ups, Waterloo Region doesn’t often revel in a 60-year anniversary. But, on November 12, in a quiet business park at what used to be the northern edge of Waterloo, E Craftsmen will celebrate 60 years of business evolution and innovation.

Tom Bresele and Blaine Gray will be attending LIGHTFAIR INTERNATIONAL 2014 in Las Vegas from June 4-5

Designed primarily for Step-Down power supply for LED lighting devices, these products are Certified to both the U.S. and Canadian standards for General Purpose Component Transformers.

TTA does a great job of organizing this program" says Blaine Gray. We look forward to meeting with our colleagues and suppliers at this event.

Being part of industry groups, like the TTA, ensures that we continue to be an innovative and agile manufacturer. This large group of manufacturers, and many of their suppliers, meets twice a year to network and address topics and issues common to the manufacturing of magnetics.


Subscribe to RSS - News