History of Gaiser Tools
Founded in 1962 as a micro EDM job shop and lead frame stamping house, Gaiser Tool Company utilized its high precision engineering and manufacturing expertise to build our first wire bonding capillary in 1967.
In 1970, Gaiser Tool Company invented the ceramic capillary, setting the standard for the wire bonding tools in use today.
In 1979 Gaiser Tool Company built our 3rd factory, rapidly growing to meet the needs of the world's semiconductor industry.
In 1984 Gaiser Tool Company built its 40,000 sq. foot factory, manufacturing more wire bonding tools than any other company in the world.
With the addition of the new building in 1996, Gaiser Tool Company more than doubled in size to almost 100,000 sq. feet.
In 2007, CoorsTek acquired Gaiser Tool and continues to serve its customers with high-quality Gaiser Precision Bonding Tools and superior technical support and customer service.