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Laube Technology  Profile

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Laube Technology  Company Overview

Founded in 1948 in Chicago, Laube Technology is a distributor of passive and Active electronic parts as well as a manufacturer of metal products, and custom input devices.

Laube Technology  Products

The types of products manufactured by Laube Technology include METAL PRODUCTS: Screwed Machine Parts, Engineered Components, Stampings, Castings, Fasteners, Forgings; ELECTRONIC COMPONENTS: Relays, Metal Oxide Varistors, Resistors, Capacitors, Aluminum Electrolytic, Ceramic Chip, Ceramic Disc, Acoustic Devices, Celduc Magnetic Sensors; CUSTOM INPUT DEVICES: Touch Screens, Rubber Keypads, Keyboard Assemblies, Control Panel Assemblies, Membrane Keypads and Flexible Printed Circuits.

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