Bead Electronics manufactures precision continuous reeled, solid-wire and tubular components for the telecom, automotive, connector and lighting industries.
Bead Electronics manufactures precision continuous reeled, solid-wire, and tubular contact pins for the telecom, automotive, connector and lighting industries. Our custom components deliver the performance of machined pins at the price of stamped, and they can be tooled in a fraction of the time at a modest cost.
The Bead-formed manufacturing process, called swaging, yields superior value. That's because it's a high-speed, virtually scrapless cold-forming process capable of producing small metal parts that are dimensionally consistent and inexpensive.
Mission: What sets Bead apart is our ability to deliver custom solutions designed to address unique customer challenges with rapid prototype and production development. If you need a custom interconnect, no one can deliver faster or more cost-effectively than Bead. We offer the highest level of service available -- demonstrated by over ninety-plus years of customer loyalty.
The team at Bead is following all workforce safety guidelines - some of our masks are even edible!
Thank you, Cheshire Baking Company for helping us spread some cheer.
Phil Rejeski recently joined the company to help position us for rapid growth in the very competitive electronic interconnect industry. Welcome Phil!
As an essential business, we are open and continuing to produce critical components used across an array of applications. Our dedicated Production Planner, Alana Montano, comes in everyday to help make it happen. She's modeling one of the homemade facemasks provided by the fabulous, Patricia Tanaka!
Happy Halloween from Bead!
Bead's tool and die apprentice, Henry Lucas, spoke on a Millennial panel at an NHMA event in Stratford last week to discuss views on how newer generations choose careers, the Millennial workforce behaviors and how to attract young talent for manufacturing growth in Connecticut.
No one knows better than Millennials what inspires their aspirations for not just a career or job -- but a vocation they can feel passionate about.
Fantastic visit today from students from the University of New Haven's school of engineering! #mfgday19 #ctmfg
Bead Industries, a 5th-Generation company and Amodex, entering its 3rd generation, are investing, innovating and growing in the State of Connecticut. Tune in to hear these dynamic CEOs share their stories.
Tune in to hear how 5th generation and 3rd generation companies are succeeding in Connecticut through investment and innovation.
MURPHY HIGHLIGHTS MILFORD MANUFACTURER, BEAD INDUSTRIES, AS THIS WEEK’S “MURPHY’S MONDAY MANUFACTURER” | U.S. Senator Chris Murphy of Connecticut
Proud to be highlighted as Senator Murphy's Monday Manufacturer.
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Another step forward in the modernization of our factory and expansion of the capabilities we can offer our customers across the globe!
Bead Electronics has announced a significant capital investment with the installation of a GF Vertical Milling Center. The company says the new CNC unit significantly augments the Milford manufacturer's capabilities in fine-pitch har
Congratulations to employee Henry Lucas, who is officially halfway through his apprenticeship as a toolmaker!
Custom, Quick and Cost-Effective Manufacturing in Connecticut Just Got Quicker
MILFORD, Conn. (PRWEB) December 21, 2018 -- Bead Electronics announced to customers the addition of a GF Vertical Milling Center expanding their capabilities in fine pitch hard milling. Bead prides themselves as being able to provide a custom, production tooled part delivered in three to six weeks.....
Happy Halloween!! 🎃
On Friday, Bead showed students from Emmett O'Brien that careers in manufacturing are high-skilled, fulfilling, safe and often don't require a four-year college degree (or its corresponding debt). Happy Manufacturing Day! #MfgDay18
We spent Manufacturing Day in our factory with students from Emmett O'Brien Technical High School this past Friday. It was a joy to see a genuine engagement and interest from all the students.
Learn how Bead benefited from CT’s Apprenticeship Program.
Learn how Bead Industries benefitted from CT’s Apprenticeship Program. Apprenticeship programs recruit new employees, increase employee retention, and help j...
Today, we were thrilled to host high school students attending UNH's Team-based Engineering and Manufacturing Camp for a tour of our factory. Best of luck with your projects! #engineers #manufacturing
Congrats to our HR Coordinator Michelle MacKeil and Production Supervisor Alana Montano on receiving their Continuous Improvement Champion Certificates from Connstep, Inc.!
We had a great time celebrating MFG Day with State Representative Pam Staneski and the students from Stratford and Bunnell High School!
State Rep. Pam Staneski (Milford & Orange) celebrates CT Manufacturing Month with trips to Platt Technical High School, Housatonic Community College and Bead Manufacturing. Watch to learn about Connecticut manufacturing.
Celebrating 2017 American Manufacturing Hall of Fame Inductees!
Today, Bead employees joined the fight by raising money to help end child poverty.
U.S. Manufacturing: It's Not Your Granddad's Grubby Factory
American manufacturing is either on the cusp of a remarkable renaissance or in the throes of a long-term death spiral. And there’s plenty of data and anecdotal evidence to satisfy both views. Although BCG generally sees the needle moving in the right direction, we’ve noted with concern the sha...
[...] Goodridge and another engineer, William Gagnon, invented a process called swaging, which produces metal bead chains without leaving any scraps, using all the metal that goes into the machine. “What swaging does is it takes flat metal and as it gets into the machine, it gets curled into a roll…
To celebrate Manufacturing Day 2016, we asked manufacturing workers to tell us why they love their vocation. Here are their stories.
Our annual team-building event at Chef's Emporium was a success!
Great turnout on Friday for Manufacturing Day by fellow manufacturers, students at Housatonic Community College, and state and local reps - including U.S. Congresswoman Rosa DeLauro! #mfgday15 | http://wtnh.com/2015/10/02/milford-hosts-manufacturing-month-event/
October is Manufacturing Month, it's meant to bring together manufacturers in states across the country, and show what modern day manufacturing is really like.
Forty-nine Platt Tech students spent the morning meeting with more than 100 Department of Labor executives, area manufacturers, advocates and educators. Manufacturing is still viable and vibrant, said Michael Zahornacky Jr., president of Excello Tool in Milford, and founder and former chairman of th…
We're looking forward to our MFG Day event tomorrow! #mfgday15
We're hosting a tour of our facility on October 2nd at 2pm in honor of #MFGday15. Register for the event at http://bit.ly/1M9p0wg
Clobbering it for New Haven Manufacturers Association
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It’s 2015 and it’s cool to be a smart girl. Young women are growing up with ideas that they can do anything they want to do, be anyone they want to be, and that they can change the world. What a concept! Seeds of success are planted at a young age, but is anyone telling girls how they can change the…
How To Customize a Standard Contact Pin Without Blowing Your Budget http://hubs.ly/H01714C0
In the electronics manufacturing industry, custom contact pins can sometimes require high-volume orders or exorbitant tooling charges. This post will help you customize a standard contact pin without blowing your budget in five steps: 1) Find the Right Manufacturer and Manufacturing Process, 2) Start with a Standard Pin, 3) Customize/Add Features, 4) Order Samples/Request a Quote, and 5) Give Feedback.
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Introducing Lou Guerci as Bead's new Director of Sales! http://bit.ly/1gdIswA
New Haven, CT (PRWEB) August 06, 2015 -- Bead Electronics, an innovative manufacturer of custom contact pins, announced today that Louis P. Guerci has joined the company to help position the organization for rapid growth in the very competitive interconnect industry.
Looking for a Cost Effective Alternative to Stamping and Screw Machining? Download our Whitepaper: The Bead Electronics Swaging Process http://hubs.ly/y0F1kT0
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