Since 2010, Dave Kozak has been working full-time at Kozak Micro Adjusters. However, his experience in the industry stretches back much further. Growing up with a family business meant learning the ropes, and for Dave this started with his middle school summers where he would lend a hand where needed.
This experience continued through high school and college, and during this time he became an apprentice to his father, learning old-school manufacturing techniques while gaining an appreciation for business operations. Dave’s father started the business back in 1980 and still participates in its operations today.
Dave has a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering, which he earned in 2010 from the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. Using knowledge from his degree, old-school techniques, and modern ideologies of manufacturing processes, Dave continues to provide customers with long-term solutions for their projects and applications.
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When working on projects, the details matter. For this reason, Kozak Micro Adjusters offers custom brass adjustment screws to increase the aesthetic appeal and durability of your projects.
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Kozak has been delivering quality products and craftsmanship to the public since 1980. We are a full-service machine shop and manufacture parts in our New Jersey facility, including bronze bushings.
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