An automated fiber placement robot that Electroimpact uses for tests is seen inside one of the company’s buildings near Paine Field in 2014. The company is laying off 66 employees, about 9 percent of its workforce. (Mark Mulligan / The Herald)

An automated fiber placement robot that Electroimpact uses for tests is seen inside one of the company’s buildings near Paine Field in 2014. The company is laying off 66 employees, about 9 percent of its workforce. (Mark Mulligan / The Herald)

Electroimpact cuts Mukilteo staff by 9 percent

“What we’re missing now is a monster anchor project,” the company’s VP said.

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