From the first day we began working from a garage in 1983, Arrow Cryogenics has been committed to providing the highest quality finishing services for a range of industries.
Defining Our Path
Our first customer in 1983 defined the future of Arrow Cryogenics. We delivered a precision finishing solution on a medical component when other companies walked away.
Over time, we expanded our range of services, including deflashing, deburring, and finishing services for metal, plastic, and rubber components, as well as laser marking, anodizing, and other value-added secondary services.
Today the company is among the largest finishing operations in the United States.
Everything we do is about saving time and money for our customers. That’s why our range of services eliminates the need to send your parts from one finisher to another.
Delivering Precision and Confidence
We’ve gotten here on a straight and narrow path. That means we never settle for “close enough” and never cut corners. Ever.
We know your product can fail with a single flaw. It is no stretch that businesses depend on us and lives depend on us. Failure is not an option.
The longevity and loyalty of our employees help ensure we always deliver the highest quality work and, ultimately, succeed as a business.
We are continually grateful for the skill and experience our team brings to our projects and our customers.
As one of the most versatile finishing shops in America, our state-of-the-art facility in Blaine, Minnesota, has a proven track record of tackling tough jobs for clients across the country and delivering the best possible results.
“A sale is not a commission–it is an investment in that customer and the future.”
— Steve DeMotts, CEO and Founder
Leaders, Not Followers
At Arrow Cryogenics, we’ve customized our equipment, pioneered new processes, and mastered the art of quickly turning our customers’ precision components into perfectly finished, top-quality parts. We’re ready for a unique and unexpected finishing project.
We’re passionate — and dedicated to — continuous improvement.
In addition to measuring microns, quality requires achieving satisfaction from our customers and our employees.
Our secret to success is doing what we do uncommonly well.