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Graphicast to Exhibit in Fall Trade Shows

Graphicast to Exhibit in Fall Trade Shows

Graphicast will again be actively participating in fall trade shows aimed at matching buyers and contract manufacturers. We will be at the Design to Part exhibits in Secaucus, NJ on September 28 and 29, and in Marlborough, MA on November 3 and 4. We will also have a new booth this year, highlighting...

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Monthly archive for August 2010 Mixed Hiring Situation in New Hampshire’s Monadnock Region

Monthly archive for August 2010 Mixed Hiring Situation in New Hampshire’s Monadnock Region

In a recent LinkedIn group discussion on the state of business in New Hampshire’s Monadnock Region, one of our members, a recruiter, indicated that she’s seeing an increased level of hiring activity. Lots of applicants for the entry level jobs, but few for highly technical jobs. She’s also noticing...

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Graphicast’s Design and Prototyping Service Continues to Receive National Recognition in Design News

Graphicast’s Design and Prototyping Service Continues to Receive National Recognition in Design News

Graphicast’s Design and Rapid Prototyping Service (DRPS) continues to receive national recognition. The most recent issue of the Design News website features our process as the lead article. Unique to other prototyping processes, Graphicast will produce a prototype in our ZA12 alloy with all the fea...

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What’s the More Likely Road to US Manufacturing Growth – Re-shoring or Exporting?

What’s the More Likely Road to US Manufacturing Growth – Re-shoring or Exporting?

There’s been a lot of talk from the Obama administration about increasing exports as a way of expanding manufacturing in the US. While tax and tariff relief, or some other programs may help our exports, you can’t force someone to buy your products. Saying you want exports to double and actually doin...

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Manufacturing Lessons from a 150 Year Old Factory

Manufacturing Lessons from a 150 Year Old Factory

I had the pleasure of touring the 150 year old Beech River Mill last Friday. This company, a manufacturer of custom made wooden shutters and doors,  is the last mill operating on the Beech River, a short river flowing through Ossipee, New Hampshire. Mills  have been on the Beech River since the late...

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