At Libra, we live for the challenge of complex requirements. And we have the history to prove it.
We’ve taken several legacy businesses with long roots in system integration, precision machining, PCBA layout design and manufacturing, sheet metal and fabrication, and cable and wire harness – and combined them into a single Systems Integrator with broad vertical capabilities to support complex system requirements. This foundation allows us to understand the technology underpinnings of our customers’ products – and what’s required to manufacture them.
We provide end product System Integration – and the vertical requirements that go into them – for our Fortune 500 customers in the Robotics, Semi-cap, Aerospace & Defense, Medical, Communications and Industrial Equipment markets.
Solving our customers’ manufacturing challenges is the reason we exist.
Libra Industries was formed through the combination of 3 separate entities: Libra Industries, Gem City Engineering & Manufacturing, and a Tier1 EMS manufacturing facility in Guaymas Mexico. Each of these entities has a deep rooted legacy in the technologies they contribute to our overall offering.
Libra Industries has combined the problem-solving heritage of these companies into a seamless team, tied together with intelligent systems and a focused leadership team, built for broad and deep collaboration with our customers around their manufacturing requirements.
Device/Component ManufacturerIntegrated precision robotics, vision systems, Data acquisition systems, product traceability system
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