Mark-10 Corporation is celebrating its 40th year of engineering and manufacturing force and torque measurement solutions. The company was founded in 1979 as an engineering consultancy, later expanding into complete product development services and contract manufacturing. PCB assembly originally took place on the founder’s kitchen table in New York City. A diverse array of projects through the 1980s and 1990s included a remote controller for limousine passengers, a portable suture strength tester for a medical device sales team, and other diverse projects, leveraging the company’s expertise in engineering and electromechanical assembly.
Mark-10’s first branded product was an innovative digital force gauge, introduced in 1990. It was followed by additional force and torque measuring instruments, including tension, compression, and torsion test stands, grips and fixtures designed for specific samples and test methods, and data collection software.
Today, Mark-10 is headquartered in Copiague, NY, where all engineering, machining, assembly, support, and administrative functions take place. Private ownership and vertical integration have al-lowed the company to maintain tight control over quality and lead times. A close-knit staff is aligned around the company’s singular focus on force and torque measurement solutions. Mark-10 looks for-ward to a future of opportunity and progress.
For more information, visit www.mark-10.com.