|2016||Launch of Rotac® Trash Tipper.|
|2011||First Micro-Precision® automation line is installed outside of North America. Additional exports in years to follow include the United Kingdom, China, Brazil, Thailand, Argentina, Mexico, Canada, Romania, and South Africa.
First major assembly system delivery to a Japanese automobile manufacturer in the United States.
|2005||Private equity group acquires Micromatic from Textron.|
|1989||Textron Bird-Johnson Hyd-ro-ac® product line moves to Berne, Indiana.|
|1986||Textron purchases Ex-Cell-O.|
|1982||Ex-cello merges Rotac (Greenville, Ohio) and Greenlee (Detroit, Michigan) product lines into the Micro-Precision® plant in Berne, Indiana.|
|1977||Micro-Precision® provides the Dynamic Disc Brake Rotor Gauging Machine with a PLC-based (Modicon) machine controls system.|
|1966||Micro-Precision® provides the Automated Piston Rod Assembly System to a major automotive manufacturing facility in Canada.|
|1960||Ex-Cello establishes Micro-Precision® subsidiary in Berne, Indiana, for the manufacturing of hone machine tooling.|
|1959||Ex-Cell-O changes the Michigan Tool name to Micromatic.|
|1955||Michigan Tool is acquired by Ex-Cell-O Corporation.|
|1929||Company is founded as Michigan Tool.|