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Shinola watchesShinola, a Detroit-based company,  wants to turn this former automobile city  into the watch making capital of America.

Often, micromanufacturers think first and foremost about machining microparts, but a simpler way for many parts is to simply bend them into the needed shape.

Deringer-Ney produces custom alloys at its facilities, as well as offers multiple other services to produce ultrasmall micromanufacturing components to tight tolerances using many alloys and manufacturing processes.

D.R. Templeman, Plainville, Conn., says its can manufacture springs with virtually any spring material, and make wire forms from virtually any metal. The company says it is well equipped to work with wire sizes ranging from 0.004" [0.1mm] to 0.080" [2.0mm].

Custom Wire Technologies, Port Washington, Wis., is a contract manufacturer of precision medical wire parts that are custom manufactured from fine wire or ultra fine wires.