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Introducing MDNA's new Board of Directors
See the newly elected positions here.
Did you miss MDNA's 76th Annual Convention in May? Stay tuned for an event recap
complete with everything you missed from the educational seminars to the award
ceremony and photos.
|Prospective Premier Vendor
The Premier Vendor networking and marketing program is designed
to strengthen and broaden the relationships between MDNA members
and our key industry supporting vendors. Below is our next applicant.
Please review the information to see full details about the company.
The Review Committee will be considering this company next week. If
you have any concerns about this Premier Vendor Applicant, please notify the MDNA
National Office by Friday, May 26th.
Premier Vendor Applicant: Aucto
Address: 1967 Wehrle Dr., Suite 1, Buffalo NY 14221
Email: email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org
Year Established: 2015
Name of Principal(s) or Owner(s): Jamil Rahman
Name of Active Manager(s): Jamil Rahman
Name of Customer Contact: Ravi Marwaha
Sponsors: FL Sales Inc. and Tramar Industries
General Description of Business: Industrial Selling Platform
Hosting Live Webcast,
Online Only Auctions; Liquidation Sales
The MDNA Public Relations Committee is looking for talented writers to submit
useful technical style articles aimed at MDNA customers on used machinery &
equipment to be published on MDNA.org. All members with any experience writing are
encouraged to participate. Past articles submitted by member firms have attracted
thousands of views per month with a non-expiring shelf life! You and your company
name will be credited in the byline and linked back to your website.
Requirements of Submissions:
1. Articles must be no longer than 600 words
2. Articles must include 1-3 images related to the topic
3. Articles are subject to editing by MDNA
All articles can be submitted by email for review to Jennifer Gray at email@example.com
Still not sure what we're looking for?
Check out some of these example articles and more info here.
Why should I purchase a USED Wire EDM for my
Written By: Scott Buth, CEA, Alternative Machine Tool, LLC
(MDNA Member Firm) The answer is simple. . .because it’s
easy. You may have been approached by a customer to add
Wire EDM capabilities or you are currently sending out your Wire
EDM work, but you no longer need to do so. You don't know
where [...] Read more here.
All members are encouraged to attend Chapter meetings and are invited to attend not only local meetings but any Chapter meeting or event of interest when convenient.
The following are upcoming Chapter events. Click on the Chapter meeting for more details:
Chicago Chapter Day At The Races — June 16th
Philadelphia Chapter Clay Shoot & Meeting — June 16th
Detroit/Toledo Golf Outing — July 10th
See Full Events Calendar Below
It is with deep sadness that we inform you that Larry Lachant,
beloved husband of Rowena (57 years) and father of Michael
Lachant of MDNA Member firm MI-RO Machinery Corp.
passed away on May 10th, peacefully with family at his side
and holding his hand.
The Service was held Friday, May 12th in Brooklyn, NY.
Please extend your thoughts and prayers to the family.
Please visit our Calendar of Events page here!
Across America, manufacturing is changing from the traditional assembly line to the use of collaborative robots. By 2025, industrial robots are expected to perform 25 percent of tasks such as assembly, packaging and material handling.
"Instead of these old factories that are very laborious and have a lot of big machinery, manufacturing is going to look more like software, and have machines that are running off of digital files," said Jonathan Schwartz of Voodoo Manufacturing, a 3-D printing company in Brooklyn, New York.
Technology has a funny habit: just when you think it can't get better, it does. Take 3-D printing. The ability for a machine to spit out soft material in a precise pattern that almost simultaneously hardens into an actual thing you can use is pretty incredible.
But there's room for improvement. To date, low production speed and quality have limited 3-D printing to prototyping. Now, additive manufacturing company Carbon aims to change all that with a fast 3-D printer capable of printing finished products.
The Weekly Times
Whether it's fear of the unknown, comfort with what's familiar or a distrust of technology, many farmers are not using their tractor to its full potential.
Some are buying aftermarket accessories their tractor already comes fitted with, while others prefer to stick to the tried-and-true methods and controls they have always used, while much of the inbuilt, factory-added technology remains dormant.
But machinery experts argue it’s worth taking a minute to learn how the terminal screen works, what the joystick can do, and some of the infield management systems, especially considering that both time and money is at stake.
Cynthia Calvert-Copeland is such a believer in her industry that she offered this advice last Christmas for parents in search of that perfect gift.
Give them a 3-D printer.
Unconventional? Yes, but here's why: doing so would be more than just making a kid happy. It would expose the child early to the STEM world — science, technology, engineering and math — and allow a child's mind to stretch and think in different ways, much like exposure to a second language at an early age.
It's an idea that Calvert-Copeland, owner of Tulsa-based Professional Image Inc., believes would result in more people — especially women — entering the manufacturing industry and helping close its gender gap.
Modern Materials Handling
A new study from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville’s Global Supply Chain Institute identifies five technologies that companies should examine to ensure their long-term survival as a flood of new technologies in the past decade foretells a supply chain revolution.
The white paper looks at drones, driverless vehicles, 3-D printing, wearable technology and robotics.
Supply & Demand Chain Executive
A safe working culture is always a hot topic among supply chain professionals. But is it possible to bridge the gap between safety and operations?
“Everybody wants to make (their facilities) the safest place possible, but you’re going to look to justify a return on investment,” says Brian Neuwirth, vice president of sales and marketing at UNEX Manufacturing Inc. “It’s about finding the balance, and ultimately designing a system that’s going to make you efficient without justifying people’s safety.”
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