Falso Industries is a “custom manufacturer” right here in Syracuse. It was established in 1950, and switched to a new partnership between two cousins, Raymond Falso and Richard Lorio, to bring Falso Industries. They doubled their sales by refocusing their company and expanding.They specialize in precisely manufactured metal parts custom made for a variety of situations. According to their website, they work in “electronics, scientific and testing equipment, consumer products, industrial processing and machinery and the transportation industry.”
The company will often create lots from one to as many as a thousand parts. They advertise themselves as being the leader of the industry in the area, by offering very high end quality. They constantly keep their staff and software up to date in order to offer the latest and greatest options for their clients. They claim to reinvent themselves, which, in an industry which is constantly changing and upgrading, is a very important factor to consider.The company offers Laser Cutting, 3D Printing and “Metal Fabrication”. More details about these specific services can be found in their respective categories within the Digital Fabrication category of SyrGuide.Just by simply browsing Falso Industries’ Facebook page, any user can get a sense of the quality of their work. They have worked with companies such Tesla and Breitling to work on their display cases. They have helped Empire Brewery, a local restaurant and brewery, to create custom bottle openers and they have designed the new directory signage at Destiny USA. These examples represent how broad their range of work is, at various scales and details. Furthermore, they own the same 3D print machine which was used in order to create a prosthetic arm for a young girl with arthrogryposis multiplex congenita (AMC). While Falso Industries did not have something directly to do with this, it just shows how up-to-date they are with their technology.