The Miller commitment to craftsmanship that began in 1763 with the birth of Christian “Schmidt” Miller continues to this day.
The Millers continue to step into the future by embracing the latest technology and applying it to make the world a better place for customer and consumer alike. However, more important than the adoption of technology is the long-standing tradition to pass craftsmanship from generation to generation.
John Miller learned carpentry from his grandfather and tool making and manufacturing from his father. Those skillsets have been passed to his son Daniel and enhanced with formal engineering degrees in manufacturing, electronics, and information systems.
As we step into the future, the Miller family remains committed to this generational tradition, which spans more than two centuries.