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September 10, 2022
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A Fresh Look for a Trusted Manufacturing Partner

Original Publication Date: February 3, 2020

Hirsh Precision is excited to launch our new logo as part of our brand refresh!

So much care has gone into building our company’s reputation over the past 40 years as a high-quality, high-precision manufacturing partner that we knew we wanted to be thoughtful about updating our brand icon. 

After receiving over 700 different design submissions, we are excited to kick off our brand refresh with this new logo, and we hope you grow to love it as much as we do!

We tried to anticipate some of the questions you might have about this change, so we’ve put together a summary below. 

If there is anything we haven’t addressed or you have further questions, please feel free to contact us!

QuestionI know Hirsh Precision specializes in developing repeat production processes for parts with stringent cosmetic and dimensional requirements.  What should I know about the words “Prototype > Production” in the new logo?

Answer: Over the years, many customers have asked us to partner with them earlier in the product development life cycle.  We’re continuing to improve our prototyping lead times so customers can migrate from a prototype and testing phase into full production with the same high-quality partner.  If your team is launching a product in 2020, please get in touch to discuss how we can help!

Question: Sometimes a new logo means I’m dealing with a different organization – is this the same Hirsh Precision Products, Inc. in Boulder, Colorado that we have been working with?  

Answer: Yes!  Our new logo has simply replaced the old logo and you will see it on our website and on our business documents (e.g., Certificates of Conformance, quotes, purchase orders, mailing labels, etc.).  

Question: If I have other questions about this change, how can I get in touch?

Answer: We’d be happy to help – contact us as 303-530-3131 or through the “Get in Touch” form on this website.

To learn more about the thinking that went into our logo, we’ve shared a few ideas in the image below.