In 1874, Webb Manufacturing began as an industrial textile company making Conestoga wagon covers, teepees for the federal government, and canvas products for the booming new ocean freight business. In the early 1900s, Webb became a primary contractor for the Girl Scouts, making their tents and canvas products. Webb also continued to manufacture for the U.S. Armed Services and produced canvas products for the Navy, Marines, and the Army during the peaceful times as well as during World War I and World War II. Today Webb applies the same level of innovation to solving problems within the medical industry. The Fast Find Grid has saved countless hours for doctors and made CT biopsies better for everyone.