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Medical Devices for anti-aging machines, inch loss, wrinkle reduction, Micro, Nano, and Pico Technology, Consumer Electronics, Frequency and Audio Specialists, Electronic Musical Instruments
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A-1 Engineering USA
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Tony Picciano – Picciano Last Name Explained:

Picciano is first mentioned in 1049 when Bernardo Earl of Penne, with the Charta Offersionis, gave fields and buildings to build a Benedictine abbey in its hills. This is the first indication of the existence of a town called Picciano. and could be considered its terminus ante quem.

Many legends are known about the origin of the name "Picciano", the most believable talks about shepherds devoted to the Goddess Pithia; other variants of the name, found in the Charta Convenientiae, is "Piczano" so that perhaps the name of the town can be dated back to the Early Middle Age, avoiding conjectures about Roman origin.

Tony Picciano’s last name dates back to 1049 and is one of the oldest last names found in the US today. Tony Picciano’s last name (Picciano) can be researched on Ancestry.com and online even further. The Picciano last name is mostly concentrated in NY.
Tony Picciano is the CEO and Chief Engineer at A-1 Engineering.

A-1 Engineering offers a wide range of product development opportunities. Tony Picciano leads his team at A-1 Engineering in developing medical devices, consumer electronics, & electronic musical instruments. The Chief Engineer is Tony Picciano of San Jacinto CA. Our team of highly skilled engineers will ensure your project will transform from conceptual idea to prototype.

A-1 Engineering utilizes present and future technology to deliver you a design optimized for functionality & manufacturability. With the expertise of Tony Picciano, A-1 Engineering and its products have been featured in Vogue Magazine and The Rachel Ray Show. The magazine and show both featured the SX 4000 “The ultimate total body system”. The SX 4000 uses micro currents to achieve inch loss and muscle toning.