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Founded in 2007, Prosper-Tech is committed to upholding the highest customer service standards in the industry. With a team of employees boasting 130+ years of experience combined, its expertise in the machine and tool industry is virtually unmatched. The company can provide the high quality manufacturing abilities of larger shops, yet still cater to customers in a way only a small shop can do.

Prosper-Tech’s mission is to "provide expert customized service to those with precision machining and/or plastic injection tooling needs". It's core values are to be professionals you can trust who are motivated by teamwork to get your job done! Services include general machining, production CNC machining, CNC EDM machining, plastic injection tooling, prototypes and fixtures. From start to finish, each job adheres to high quality standards.

A company that proves the American Dream is alive and well, working with Prosper-Tech means you are helping support a locally owned company while investing in the future of American manufacturing.

Heidi Devroy
HEIDI DEVROY
CEO
hdevroy@prosper-tech.net
Bob Devroy
BOB DEVROY
President
bdevroy@prosper-tech.net
CRAIG HERBERT
CAD Specialist
cherbert@prosper-tech.net
Thomas Darrah
THOMAS DARRAH
Lead Mold Maker
tdarrah1@prosper-tech.net
CHRIS BERBERIAN
Driver / Maintenance
cberberian@prosper-tech.net
ROY KEUNING
Mold Maker Apprentice
rkeuning@prosper-tech.net
TED LINDSAY
Machinist Apprentice
tlindsay@prosper-tech.net
Tim King
Mold Maker
tking@prosper-tech.net
AUSTIN PRISBY
Maintenance / Utility
aprisby@prosper-tech.net
AUTUMN LINIARSKI
Administrative Assistant
aliniarski@prosper-tech.net
MARTY PARKER
Shop Foreman

Blessed are all who fear the Lord, who walk in His ways. You will eat the fruit of your labor; blessings and prosperity will be yours. Your wife will be like a fruitful vine within your house; your sons will be like olive shoots around your table. Thus is the man blessed who fears the Lord. May the Lord bless you from Zion all the days of your life; may you see the prosperity of Jerusalem, and may you live to see your children’s children.

-PSALM 128-

2007 - 2008

With a humble beginning reminiscent of how the most iconic American companies got their start, in May 2007 Bob and Heidi Devroy turned their home garage into a work space and Prosper-Tech was born. Even in in the midst of a recession, their hard-work, ingenuity, and expertise prevailed, allowing the company to prosper even in extremely difficult economic times. In the span of just one year, Prosper-Tech had hired two skilled employees and outgrew the garage, sending the company in search of a larger work space to handle its rapidly expanding business.

2008 - 2013

During the next five-year span, Prosper-Tech found its stride within the manufacturing world. Operating out of a 3,600 square foot facility in Lenox, MI, the company hired two more skilled workers and purchased a new Haas CNC VM-2 Vertical Machining Center. It's growing production abilities and work force was followed by an increased workload and expanding number of satisfied customers. In May of 2013, the company once again found itself outgrowing its surroundings and had to move to a larger facility where it could meet its growing demand.

2013 - Present

In 2013, Prosper-Tech was able to move and renovate a 10,000 square foot state-of-the-art facility in the Devroy’s hometown of Richmond, MI. By 2015, two Haas CNC Machining Centers, a VM-3 & UMC-750, plus an additional Charmilles Roboform 40 were added to its growing list of equipment. At this point, the company realized the need and became ISO 9001 certified, to ensure its products and services could continue to uphold set quality standards for years to come.

In 2018 as the company realized substantial growth in its Production Machining Department, it decided to add a Hexagon 4.5.4 SF CMM to its Quality Department to ensure the quality satisfaction of its customers. Also as a result of growth in this area, early in 2019 an Erowa ERC80 Machine Tending Robot was added to enable "lights-out" machining to meet demand. The company has been told by multiple sources adding this level of technology for a small company is definitely "outside-the-box" thinking. It likes to think it is a way to further expand its capabilities and customer base which in turns helps support the growing number of families it employs.

As far as goals, one met recently was to upgrade the parking lot which was in dire need of repair. The other one was to become NIST 800-171 cybersecurity compliant which was done early in 2019; this allows it to meet recent requirements to work in the government defense sector. Future short term goals include becoming AS-9100 certified to take on more work in the aerospace industry as well as to purchase a 3D printer to explore opportunities in additive manufacturing.

As the company continues to grow, it will always remain committed to operating with the same desire for customer satisfaction as it did from the beginning in a small garage space so many years ago.

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