Today, Faustson Tool operates a 16,000-square-foot facility with more than 20 highly skilled employees, and is owned and operated by Alicia Svaldi. Faustson Tool remains in the forefront of the manufacturing industry, continuing a tradition of pioneering the newest technology and pushing its limits. Faustson Tool takes on the most challenging applications only a few U.S. companies can handle, using state-of-the-art precision machining to do things no one else in the industry thinks can be done. Faustson’s reputation for innovation and excellence has earned the company prestigious clientele: Faustson Tool manufactured a key component in NASA’s Kepler space telescope, and has worked with Ball Aerospace to produce parts for the U.S. F-35 Lightning II Joint Strike Fighter jet.
- Continual investment in the latest technology to achieve the highest standard of quality.
- Promote an environment that inspires innovation and excellence in highly skilled employees.
- Exceed our customer’s expectations by providing exceptional quality and on-time delivery.
Faustson was featured by the National Institute of Standards and Technology in its Heroes of American Manufacturing series of stories.
The Colorado Women in Manufacturing association's first Manufacturing Woman of the Year award has named Heidi Hostetter as a finalist.