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The Show Must Go On: Announcing Productivity's 21st Oktoberfest Tool Show
Thursday, July 22, 2021
Plymouth, Minnesota-based Productivity is happy to announce that it will be holding its 21st Oktoberfest Tool Show Tuesday through Thursday, September 21-23, 2021. Like all of the Oktoberfest Tool Shows, Productivity prides itself on showcasing the latest in machining and offering live demonstrations of current manufacturing technologies....(Full Article)
CJT Koolcarb Celebrates 50th Anniversary with Special Message
Wednesday, April 24, 2019
This week we received the exciting news that Carol Stream, Illinois-based cutting tool manufacturer CJT Koolcarb is celebrating 50 years in business. In commemoration of this special event, National Sales Manager, Les Frick, sent us a special announcement for IndustryNet readers, taking us through the history of the company and all that it has accomplished over the past half-century. We are proud to post their news today: ...(Full Article)
Finding the right type of machine shop
Monday, December 4, 2017
Recent data collected by IndustryNet shows the U.S. is home to hundreds of thriving machine shops, ready to take on your company's next machining order. Sales in the industry topped $261 million in 2016, and employment inched up a half percent. Your search for the right machine shop should begin with the nature of the machine work that you require. IndustryNet has compiled some top machine shops in the U.S. that provide outstanding service for different types of machine work. Precision machining Whether you need a prototype for a new medical device or a large lot of items for the automotive or aircraft industry, JC Milling Co. in Machesney Park, Illinois can meet your needs. JC Milling also applies various protective coatings. Though it began in 1979 as a local machine shop, JC Mil...(Full Article)
U.S. tool & die makers report strong sales, job growth
Tuesday, September 5, 2017
Tool and die makers are machinists who create the parts and tools used to manufacture everything from the smallest toy to the largest jet engine. Originally, all work was done by hand. Today, computer numerically controlled, or CNC, machines perform many of the tasks. Once programmed, CNC machines work quickly, efficiently, and to exact specifications whether an order is for 10 units or 100. The U.S. Department of Labor's Bureau of Labor Statistics estimates the median annual wage for tool and die makers is around $51,000 per year - well above the average national wage. While no higher education degree is required to enter the field, most tool and die manufacturers undergo an extensive apprenticeship, learning their craft on the job. Some advance from CNC machine operators to CNC progra...(Full Article)
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