Every project is unique. However, our approach to each project is consistent. As a manufacturer of industrial and commercial product identification products and flexible electronic devices, Cubbison partners with customers from start to finish while offering design support and recommendations along the way. With our team of graphic designers and industrial and manufacturing engineers, we support customers across a range of industries and specialties.
From nameplates and labels to membrane switches and touchscreens, Cubbison has years of experience and the latest technology to solve the most challenging designs and deliver a high-quality solution. Our design and engineering simplifies your project to ensure it meets your specified requirements while satisfying compliance and safety standards.
At Cubbison, we’re continually advancing our research and development practices and processes through new technologies and technical resources. Our world-class facility located in Youngstown, Ohio is home to some of the most experienced designers and engineers in the industry. From concept to completion, Cubbison’s technical capabilities ensure your product meets the highest standards of quality, precision, and performance.
We invest heavily in our capabilities to produce products that are functional and aesthetical while quantifying the cost and value for customers. From screen-printing and flexographic roll label printing to computerized color matching and digital offset imaging to being one of the few companies in the United States to offer chemical etching, Cubbison strives to always grow and satisfy customer demands in an evolving marketplace through a wide range of production capabilities.
“If a picture is worth 1000 words, a prototype is worth 1000 meetings.” At Cubbison, prototyping is improving an idea. It can come in a variety of iterations—something as basic as a lo-fi hand-drawn sketch to a fully functional product, the hi-fi version. New orders, especially those with unique specifications, require the development of a prototype that will provide the customer with a model of the product to ensure it meets specs and performs as expected. Often, before the process even commences, our engineers may discover an alternate solution that may perform better than the customer’s original design. Reviews can be gathered at every stage of development for the product. Prototyping saves money by producing only a few parts and perfecting a design before it goes into mass production.