TechniQuip was founded in Massachusetts in 1970 and started life making “closed-circuit television” systems for surgery bays at local teaching hospitals, as well as gaining experience in the growing field of video devices. As time progressed, TechniQuip supplemented its video products with a wide range of lighting products, including early versions of the TechniLight Fluorescent Ring (US Patent 4855646) and the now venerable FOI series of halogen illuminators. Since then, over a quarter-million units of these products have been shipped around the globe. It is difficult to step into any manufacturing site in the USA without finding at least one of two of these products still in service.

In 1996 the founders of TechniQuip retired and the company was purchased by Technology Dynamics Group, an aerospace products company, co-founded by Dave Wensley and George Grauer in 1991. Over the next 18 years, the legacy product lines were continued but supplemented with the ProLine and SlimLine LED product lines, the modernization of video crosshairs into compact digital devices, and the introduction of LED fiber optic illuminators, including ProLux. Major corporate events in this period include asset acquisitions of Sunray Manufacturing (motion picture lighting) in 2002, the fiber optic lighting division of StockerYale in 1996, and the fluorescent lighting product line of Coherent (2014). Most importantly, the amount of OEM business the company was involved in grew dramatically in the last 10 years and today accounts for well over 50% of total company revenues. The company work behind the scenes to help many of today’s top brands achieve success in their markets.

MISSION STATEMENT – TechniQuip is committed to being a leading manufacturer of optical technology to increase the productivity of people working in the manufacturing, quality control, and product development environments.

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