For the business partners of New England CNC, a small machine shop that has operated in Hamden, Conn., for 54 years, a lot of self-ingenuity has made the business not only a survivor of constant change in the industry, but a successful one at that.
The International Manufacturing Technology Show is a big event made up of many individual parts, which, themselves, are equally worth the cost of admission. This year, they include the Trends in Advanced Machining, Manufacturing and Materials (TRAM) conference, a major social media plan, and an aggressive student outreach program.
In an interview, Peter Eelman, vice president of exhibitions, says the International Manufacturing Technology Show will provide a complete picture of the state of manufacturing — and a chance for all stakeholders to come together.
[Editor's Note: This is the first article in a periodic ThomasNet News series of on-site visits that examines first-hand how companies are running machining businesses.]
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