Celebrating 75 years… and still growing.


A message from Fowler High Precision CEO David Francis.


Today’s airplanes are safer than they have ever been before. Modern cars last tens of thousands more miles than previous generations. New factory equipment can assemble quality products for generations. One of the key reasons for these improvements is the quality of the parts that go into them. And for 75 years, Fowler has been helping make the world’s parts better.

Fowler High Precision is a family-owned business.  We are recognized globally as one of the world’s leading suppliers of high-quality inspection, control, and calibration equipment. Since 1946, we have dedicated ourselves to providing the most innovative and precise measurement products available on Earth. Our company’s long-standing affiliations with other industry leaders, such as Baty, Bowers, Fusion, Sylvac, Trimos, Wyler and zCat have helped us remain at the forefront of industry’s ever-changing demands.

At Fowler High Precision, our mission is to make measurement easy. We continue to introduce innovations in inspection and measurement with new systems designed to increase accuracy, decrease measurement time, and automate record keeping. We offer solutions for all your measurement challenges.

High precision measurements demand an intricate network of expertise. Our technical field-sales team, our repair and service technicians, our engineering staff and our inside technical advisers work hand in hand with you. We are committed to making sure that your team has the highest level of product support and training. Both our East Coast and West Coast metrology labs are
A2LA ISO/IEC 17025 accredited so if your equipment ever needs   calibration and repair, you can have 100% confidence that your product will perform like new.

It has been my family’s privilege to support this industry with quality metrology products for the last 75 years. You have my personal commitment that Fowler will continue to invest in the technologies and the people to support your measurement needs well into the future.

Thank you,

David Francis