About Our Metrology Professionals

Hammond Co. is a group of experienced, knowledgeable metrology professionals providing quality metrology products and service. Over seventy years of service, providing the best names in Metrology, with knowledgeable and caring people is what makes Hammond Company the smart choice for manufactures.

OUR HISTORY

Hammond Co. has provided precision measuring instruments since 1942, when it was first founded by Larry Hammond. Optical Gaging Products was one of the first lines for which Hammond was a sales agent.

Larry retired in 1976; then Bill and Kathryn Wall took over. In 1977 Kathyrn brought aboard one of Hammond Co.'s key staff members, Sue Staley. Sue has earned the respect of many long-time customers through personalized, knowledgeable service and a genuine willingness to help.

In 1980, Richard Warzyn succeeded the Walls, who retired. Richard was a salesman, while his wife, Pauline, was customer service. At that time Richard's brother, Ken, came aboard as a salesman. Then in 1984, Udo Hilbert brought his gage design expertise to Hammond Co.

Upon Dick and Pauline's retirement in 1988, Ken Warzyn took over. In 1999, Ken & Betsy Warzyn retired, and Tom took over.

ln 2014, Oscar Curasi and John Davenport purchased the Hammond Company. With John's engineering capabilities and Oscar's sales experience, they formulated the ultimate business partnership. With a tight partnership, and a driven team, Oscar and John are at the forefront of providing Metrology Services to valued customers.

AUTHORIZED METROLOGY SERVICES PROVIDER

Hammond Company's trained and experienced service department provides in-house contract inspection, on-site CMM programming and training, and ISO 17025 accredited CMM, optical comparator and OGP vision system (Smartscope) calibration and certification. Please call 262-798-4243 for a quotation and scheduling.

We are proud that Hammond Co. is the ONLY factory-trained, authorized service provider (repair and calibration) for Optical Gaging Products (OGP) equipment in Wisconsin and Upper Michigan.