The History of Max Levy Autograph
Max Levy Autograph, Inc. (MLA) was founded in Baltimore in 1872 as a manufacturer of half-tone screens and etched plates for the graphic arts industry. In late 2010, MLA was acquired by II-VI Inc. based in Saxonburg, PA and operates in the Military and Materials business segment. Currently serving commercial and MIL-AERO customers in a variety of industries, MLA's products derive from high precision phototooling and proprietary patterning methods. All employees of MLA are US citizens and we are ITAR registered, AS9100C certified and ISO 17025 certified for calibration.
Max Levy Autograph Today
MLA now resides in a modern 30,000 square foot facility with Class 10,000 clean rooms in Northeast Philadelphia. The building, custom built in 2008, includes 6,000 square feet of clean room space in addition to development and testing laboratories. The plant, located at 2710 Commerce Way, is located within minutes of both I-95 and the Pennsylvania Turnpike (I-276). Directions