Micro Engineering Web Site

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  1. Torpedo

    Torpedo Member

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    Anyone know if Micro Engineering (sp?), has a web site? Googling got me nothing but vendors. I would like to go to the horse's mouth, so to speak.

    Thanks.
  2. kmorris

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    I don't think they have one, though they could probably use one.
  3. Nazgul

    Nazgul Active Member

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    Unfortunately they do not have a website and I don't believe that there are any plans to get one soon:cry:
    They do have a toll free order line.......800-462-6975...if you order something be sure to ask for a price-list/product guide. I must say that I was very pleased by how I was "taken care of":thumb:
  4. TruckLover

    TruckLover Mack CH613 & 53' Trailer

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    I usally head over to Walthers web site for Mirco-Engineering products, they seem to have most all of them, they may not be in stock, but it is at least a reference (like item #....) to look somewere else.
  5. Cannonball

    Cannonball More Trains Than Brains

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    How the heck can you do business without a website these days? :confused:
  6. Torpedo

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    My sentiments, exactly. :( :( :(

    Thanks, folks. I was afraid it would end up being no web site, but I have seen a few that were so obscure that Google couldn't turn them up, so I thought I'd ask around.

    I like to look at a manufacturer's web site just so I can get a feel for who they are and how they do business. The good ones also usually have some sort of application hint or tips section, which I like to peruse.

    Oh well, maybe someone at Micro Engineering views The Gauge now and then, and maybe they will take the hint.