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Vol. 14, No. 3 June / July 2021

Rocky Mountain Edition (CO, UT, MT, WY, ID.)

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Are you looking at your workforce options from every angle? Manufacturers across the country face serious workforce shortages. How can you beat out your competition in winning and retaining employees? The Pandemic changed that way and the place where many workers did their jobs. And for those positions that could work at home, results were by all means very positive. Research shows that businesses lose $600 billion a year to workplace distractions and that remote workers are 35% to 40% more productive. In a recent FlexJobs survey, 65 % wanted to work remotely full time, while another 31% wanted hybrid. And ¼ of the survey participants said they would be willing to take a pay cut in order to work remotely. Sure, remote work is good for the employees and for the environment, but the reality is that many who work in manufacturing, particularly in the factory or machine shop floor, simply cannot do their jobs without coming to work. There are still opportunities to attract and retain more employees than you would otherwise simply by creating a flexible work environment. In the FlexJobs survey, 81% of workers say they would be more loyal to their employer if it offered flexible work options. How can this work in a manufacturing environment? • Flexible benefits – Older workers who are on Medicare and younger workers who are on their spouse’s medical plan may opt for their ‘medical dollars’ going elsewhere. Some may opt for additional vacation time while others may choose the $ be added to their paycheck. Your company is paying for medical benefits anyway, why not reallocate the dollars to where employees want them? • Other types of compensation – in many parts of the US, home prices are skyrocketing, and rentals are in short supply. Any type of housing assistance will be appealing to prospective employees moving from other areas. • Flexible Hours – There is really no downside to helping employees with childcare needs with a flexible start or end time. If you don’t offer this, those who need start or end time flexibility will simply not come to work at your company if they can find this option elsewhere. • Job sharing – I cannot emphasize this option enough. Take, for example, an older experienced worker who does not want to fully retire but wants to reduce his or her hours. Couple this individual with a worker who has young children and wants to spend more time with them, while still working. Not only can this arrangement work immediately with job sharing, but you will likely retain the young worker once they want to come back to the position full time. Harvard Business School ‘s Ashley Whillans analyzed more than 42,000 employee responses in a Glassdoor survey, and found that benefits like parental leaves and flex time had more of an effect on job satisfaction than even tens of thousands of dollars in additional salary.“Time is one of our most valuable resources that we often squander -- we often don’t think it’s as important as it is,” she said.

In summary, Glassdoor says nearly 3 in 5 people say benefits and perks are a top priority when it comes to accepting a job. And, as we already know, happy employees are more productive and willing to stay at the company long term. If your organization is struggling to attract and retain top talent, it’s time to reevaluate your employee benefits. Until next issue, God bless our troops and our Front liners.

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Announcements & Releases LV Swiss, a precision CNC Milling and Swiss Screw Machining Company, Adds ISO13485 Medical Certification to their portfolio! LV Swiss is proud to receive their ISO13485 on May 11, 2021 to round out their portfolio of industry certifications. Per Paul Klein, CEO, “Everyone at LV Swiss worked hard to make it possible for us to achieve ISO13485 Certification. Having gone through an extensive Quality processes earlier regarding certifications, we knew it would be a challenge. We were able to leverage the earlier successes and refinements we made to an already robust Quality Management System. Leveraging our many years of experience supporting AS9100 Rev D and ISO 9001:2015 Certifications shorten the overall preparation time. Also, producing prototype parts for numerous medical companies, especially startups, for the last couple of years we knew what was expected. Our engineering staff consults with the customer during the prototype process to identify various means to improve the machineability of the design thus allowing for potential reductions of cost, and lead time, yet keeping the high quality required. “ LV Swiss, located near the entrance of Zion National Park in Southern Utah, is a contract manufacturer that provides high precision CNC Milling and Swiss Screw Machining to Medical, Aerospace & Defense, Automotive, Industrial and Commercial industries since 2009. We are constantly adding new equipment, for example, this year we purchased a Hexagon Coordinate Measuring Machine (CMM) to assist our QA department with automation and inspection of highly intricate CNC milled parts and other small precision Swiss Screw Machine parts. High Quality and On-Time Delivery are the cornerstone of our business. We would appreciate the opportunity to assist with your prototype and production requirements. We are true believers in “Try Us! You’ll Like Us!” To request a quote or learn more about LV Swiss, please call 435-634-1482, or website www.LVSwiss.com or email at Quoting@LVSwiss.com . We look forward to hearing from you!

More than 300 Manufacturers Call on President to Terminate Steel, Aluminum Tariffs A group of over 300 businesses manufacturing in the U.S.—from familyowned metalforming shops to nationally branded companies—sent a letter to President Joe Biden on May 6, requesting the immediate termination of the Section 232 steel and aluminum tariffs on our trade and national A2Z Manufacturing Rocky Mountain •

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security allies imposed three years ago under the previous administration. Together, the companies represent a broad swath of a U.S. manufacturing sector currently struggling to meet demand and stay competitive due to supply shortages, long lead times, and artificially high prices for their key inputs. The White House confirmed receipt of the letter spearheaded by One Voice and sources indicate the administration is making incremental progress in talks with our allies on the Section 232 National Security 25% tariffs on steel and 10% tariffs on aluminum imports. One Voice members and manufacturers across the country report continued delays and record pricing as the domestic metals shortage continues. One Voice is working with the administration, partners on Capitol Hill, and others in industry to address China overcapacity in the metals markets while bringing relief from businesses manufacturing in America who are the ones paying the price of a restricted market, tariffs, and delays.

Equipment Finance Industry Confidence Remains Near Historic Highs The Equipment Leasing & Finance Foundation (the Foundation) releases the May 2021 Monthly Confidence Index for the Equipment Finance Industry (MCI-EFI). The index reports a qualitative assessment of both the prevailing business conditions and expectations for the future as reported by key executives from the $900 billion equipment finance sector. Overall, confidence in the equipment finance market is 72.1, easing from April’s all-time high of 76.1. When asked about the outlook for the future, MCI-EFI survey respondent Bruce J. Winter, President, FSG Capital, Inc., said, “While vaccine ‘herd immunity’ may be unachievable, warmer weather, immunity provided by previous infections and over 105 million Americans fully vaccinated will allow most economic activity to resume at pre-pandemic levels this summer. Business owners are much more optimistic and stimulus supAnnouncements Continued Page 8

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down from 43.3% in April. 67.9% of executives indicate they expect the “same” access to capital to fund business, an increase from 56.7% last month. None expect “less” access to capital, unchanged from the previous month. • When asked, 39.3% of the executives report they expect to hire more employees over the next four months, down from 43.3% in April. 60.7% expect no change in headcount over the next four months, an increase from 56.7% last month. None expect to hire fewer employees, unchanged from April. • 10.7% of the leadership evaluate the current U.S. economy as “excellent,” a decrease from 13.3% the previous month. 89.3% of the leadership evaluate the current U.S. economy as “fair,” up from 80% in April. None evaluate it as “poor,” down from 6.7% last month.

• 53.6% of the survey respondents believe demand for leases and loans to fund capital expenditures (capex) will increase over the next four months, down from 70% in April. 46.4% believe demand will “remain the same” during the same four-month time period, an increase from 30% the previous month. None believe demand will decline, unchanged from April.

• 60.7% of the survey respondents believe that U.S. economic conditions will get “better” over the next six months, a decrease from 73.3% in April. 39.3% indicate they believe the U.S. economy will “stay the same” over the next six months, an increase from 23.3% last month. None believe economic conditions in the U.S. will worsen over the next six months, down from 3.3% the previous month.

• 32.1% of the respondents expect more access to capital to fund equipment acquisitions over the next four months,

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Aerospace Company Aims To Build Its ‘Mega Factory’ On The Edge Of Downtown A growing space startup plans to build what it calls a “mega factory” on the edge of downtown Denver where it can build dozens of satellites at a time. York Space Systems, a 5-year-old company based at Metro State University south of downtown, has unveiled a project to quadruple its current satellite-building capacity with a new facility near campus. “Our next generation mega-center ensures our ability to deliver our proven solutions at a rate and scale that is unprecedented in the space industry,” said Dirk Wallinger, CEO of York, in an expansion announcement. The company, formed in 2016, launched its first satellite in 2019, one it built in 2019 for the U.S. Army. York has grown steadily since then. The company has deemed its new factory “mega” for its production capacity, but the facility’s size is more ordinary, and its location — in a sea of parking lots south of Ball Arena across Auraria Parkway from the MSU campus — provides plenty of room.

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York Space Systems, a satellite manufacturer, has its operations center housed on the Metropolitan State University of Denver campus. The company leased space in the building in April 2020, and the next month it announced a major expansion of its manufacturing capacity. Now, a year later, the company aims to boost its production capacity again with a project to turn the site into a 115,000-square-foot satellite production hub. York’s current lease covers the existing building at 501 Wazee St. The expansion calls for construction of a three-story building on an adjacent, 1.15-acre parcel to the east, at 551 Wazee St., according to a concept plan submitted to the city. York Space System’s new “mega facility” will deliver spacecraft at four times the scale previously possible. That building would feature 95,325 square feet above ground, with the first floor primarily for York’s satellite integration and production, a second floor for spacecraft sub-system assembly and a third floor of offices for engineering. A below-ground level would have about 72 spaces of

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Landon Scott, the owner of both properties, told Denver Business Journal he is currently in “early discussions” with York about the expansion, but the company is not under contract for the land. York can build 20 satellite bodies at a time now, following its expansion to the Wazee Street building a year ago, the company says. Building its “mega factory” would quadruple York’s production capacity, speeding things enough to get missions launches as soon as 30 days after a contract award, York says. “We haven’t stopped listening closely to our government and commercial customers. What’s important to them — speed and affordability — remain our foundational values,” Wallinger said. “Our culture of innovation and scale allows us to further accelerate our aggressive growth of our products and services while ensuring our supply chain capabilities as we

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Renishaw Helps Develop The Next Generation Of Manufacturing Professionals With Davis Technical College, Utah Global engineering technologies company, Renishaw, has partnered with Davis Technical College (‘Davis Tech’), a public technical college in Kaysville, Utah, USA, to provide students with access to the latest in measurement technologies. CNC machining students now have on-site access to co-ordinate measuring machines (CMMs) and other Renishaw equipment that is helping them to take fast, precise measurements of components. For over 30 years, Davis Tech has been training and enhancing the lives of its thousands of students as they prepare for a career in the industrial workforce. Through its partnerships, Davis Tech engages industry, educational and community members to provide shared opportunities for all. Courses found within the program include Automation and Robotics, CNC Machining and Manufacturing Technology. The range of educational opportunities offered are designed to effectively train the workforce using cutting-edge industry methods. Renishaw’s US subsidiary has committed its expertise to the program as well as a host of the company’s advanced manufacturing equipment. Renishaw Inc’s Steven Fisher and Devon King are program liaisons and two Renishaw engineers are also always available for demo support and assistance. Students are learning part measurement on Renishaw Equator™ gauging systems, part variation using a 5-axis REVO® CMM measuring system, conducting machine health checks using the QC20-W wireless A2Z Manufacturing Rocky Mountain•

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ball bar system and learning how to set up machines with Renishaw machine tool probes and styli. “We see the importance of addressing the manufacturing skills gap and this is a natural way for us to get involved,” said Steven Fisher, District Sales Manager, Renishaw Inc. “We consider this a further advancement of similar programs across the United States.” Students will design, build, test, and troubleshoot automated technology, which is directly tied to industrial processes. The program offers students the opportunity to apply hands-on learning to prepare them to meet industry needs in their respective fields including automation and solar energy systems, as well as other forms of alternative energy. Students enrolled in the CNC Machining program also use

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ULA Launches Latest Missile-Detection Satellite For The Space Force A United Launch Alliance rocket carried a Colorado-born missile-detection satellite for the U.S. military into orbit Tuesday, completing the company’s second launch of 2021. Centennial-based ULA’s Atlas V launch vehicle blasted off from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida at 11:37 a.m. MT with the U.S. Space Force’s newest Space-based Infrared System (SBIRS) geostationary satellite. The rocket’s upper stage released the spacecraft after a two-hour flight to an orbit 19,300 miles above the earth. The company declared the launch a success, extending ULA’s streak to 144 consecutive completed missions. “ Thank you to our mission partners for the tremendous teamwork as we processed and launched this asset that provides powerful surveillance and critical capabilities to protect our warfighters,” said Gary Wentz, ULA vice president of government and commercial

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Lightning eMotors will put its new funding toward tackling its backlog of 1,500 vehicles, moving into additional manufacturing space it leased, and hiring more engineers and others who will expand the company’s research and development. Unlike passenger vehicle production, which makes models of identical vehicles by the hundreds of thousands, Lightning eMotors manufactures its electric fleet vehicles in smaller numbers, with most buyers requiring customization. Lightning eMotors estimates it could serve a $67 billion market niche. GigCapital3 is among multiple SPAC entities started by parent company GigCapital Global, which formed in 2017 as a “private-to-public equity” firm. By Greg Avery – Senior Reporter, Denver Business Journal

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Colorado Company Inks Agreement For Manufacturing At Its Private Space Station A Colorado aerospace company planning to build a private space station has s i gn e d a n agreement with another growing company covering manufacturing in orbit. Louisville-based Sierra Space signed a memorandum of understanding with Jacksonville, Florida-based Redwire that envisions using Sierra Space’s planned commercial space station for inspace services and possible manufacturing.

NASA has called for commercial space stations to fill the void left by the International Space Station’s expected retirement around 2030. Sierra Space revealed that it intends to have at least one of its three-story, 27-foot-diameter inflatable habitats in low-earth orbit and have a space station operating by as soon as 2028.The company was formerly known as Sierra Nevada Corp. Space SysA2Z Manufacturing Rocky Mountain •

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The station will feature docking ports for the company’s Dream Chaser self-flying space plane it’s developing to carry cargo to the International Space Station on missions starting next year. A version of Dream Chaser in development will be able to fly with astronauts on board. The company, a subsidiary of Sierra Nevada Corp., a privately held aerospace and defense contractor, says it has multiple agreements about the potential use of space station workspace for research, development and manufacturing. Sierra space is also willing to arrange to have other companies’ modules dock at the Sierra Space station and use its power, communications, environmental controls and transportation. There’s a lot of interest in such arrangements now. “The companies and countries that master microgravity R&D and manufacturing will be the economic leaders of tomorrow,” said Redwire’s Mike Gold, who last month left a NASA associate administrator’s position to become the company’s executive vice president of civil space business development and external affairs. “By utilizing expandable habitat technology Sierra Space is offering a robust capability that will bolster and accelerate the substantial technological benefits of in-space manufacturing that Redwire Space is leading.” Redwire formed last year with backing from AE Industrial Partners, a private equity firm, with a strategy of acquiring complementary space businesses that could benefit from being part of a larger organization able to attract work the businesses wouldn’t have been able to alone. It bought three growing Denver-area space businesses, Deep Space Systems, which makes devices and gadgets used in space missions; Roccor, which makes solar arrays and antennas for spacecraft; and Oakman Aerospace, a digital design company specializing in space systems.

In March, Redwire struck a deal to become a publicly traded company via a reverse merger. That deal is pending.By Greg Avery – Senior Reporter, Denver Business Journal

In Push For Sustainability, Denver Startup Designs An All-Electric Motorcycle As automobile companies around the world look to electrify their fleets, a Colorado startup is taking on the challenging task of building an all-electric, high-powered motorcycle. The idea struck Anthony Cross nearly two years ago as he sought to get back into riding motorcycles. As an avid rider in the past, he wanted to pick the hobby back up, but wanted to do it on an electric bike. As he scoured the market, he was unimpressed by the offerings. Bikes were either underpowered, lacked long-range batteries or came in at a price outside of his budget. “A lot of them are embellished mopeds, a little underpowered but being sold as motorcycles,” he said.

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So, he reached out to longtime friend and engineer Chris Shipman and began talking through what he’d envisioned in a bike.

“If you do get an electric motorcycle that fulfills all that criteria, it’s exorbitantly expensive, which is the problem we’re trying to solve,” he said.

After a year and a half of modeling, design and planning, the company is prepared to produce its first prototype electric bike that combines per formance, safety and affordability.

The company’s Electrocycle is a twinhub electric motorcycle with a 300-mile range, that is expected to cost less than $25,000. And, on the performance end, Cross said the team expects the electrified motorcycle to top 120 miles per hour.

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“The Rio Grande Valley Is Becoming the Space Valley” Dan Schatzman May 22, 2021: Virgin Galactic makes history in New Mexico History was made today in New Mexico, as the Land of Enchantment became the third U.S. state to launch humans into space. Virgin Galactic's VSS Unity sent two pilots and NASA technology supported experiments in space. Today's flight marked three firsts - it is the first spaceflight from Virgin Galactic's headquarters at Spaceport America; it's the first time humans have flown into space from the state of New Mexico and C.J. Sturckow is now the first astronaut to fly into space from three different U.S. states..... Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham says today's flight is a game changer, and will open the doors for commercial space flights from New Mexico. Whether you are an investor, a manufacturer, a traveler or an astronomer, the space industry has never been as attractive as it is today. The forecast for its growth is astounding. For example, Morgan Stanley projects the Space industry’s revenues to grow to more than $1 trillion by 2040. In its report Spaceport America titled Space: Investing in The Final Frontier, the author suggests that declining launch costs, advances in technology and rising public-sector interest will likely position space exploration as the next trillion-dollar industry. Costs will progressively decrease by reusable rockets, mass production of satellites, and maturity of satellite technology. To put this into perspective, where it once cost ~$200 million to launch a satellite, today it costs ~ $60 million, with the potential to drop to $5 million. Additionally, satellite mass production could reduce costs to $500K, the Morgan Stanley report suggests. “Before such US entrepreneurs as Elon Musk (SpaceX), Jeff Bezos (Blue Origin) and Richard Branson (Virgin Galactic), space exploration was almost completely driven by the government and a handful of Fortune 100 traditional aerospace companies, including Boeing, Northrup Grumman and Lockheed Martin”, says Dan Schatzman, CEO of Jaguar Precision Machine (JPM). He continued, “One of the fastest growing industries in the world is the space industry. It is an immense universe and there is plenty of room for all of us. The new players are leveraging miniaturized technologies which make access to space more efficient, lighter and less expensive.” He adds, “I don’t see new manufacturing companies getting into the market as competition. Instead, it looks more like a larger and better infrastructure to help the US companies grow this infinite market and it is critical that the USA continue to be the leader in space!” Today, North America has the highest market share in the spacecraft market, primarily given the influence and sizeable space budget of NASA. Kevin O’Connell, A2Z Manufacturing Rocky Mountain •

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Direc tor, O ffice of Space Commerce U.S. Department of Commerce, says, “The race for the 2060 space economy is on, and co m p e t i t i o n is not a detri- Dan Schatzman, CEO ment because JPM it stimulates innovations that benefit all of humanity. This is possible when it is fueled by adaptive U.S. government policies, strong private sector entrepreneurship, a strong finance and insurance ecosystem, an inspired and growing workforce, and effective partnerships. As the global partner of choice, the US and its allies stand to prevail and maintain the lion’s share in the economy. However, this race is much less about market share than it is about the norms, values, and behaviors that will carry us into the heavens to explore the Moon and other planets and will create breath-taking new capabilities to improve our lives back on Earth for all of humanity. We simply cannot fail in this race!” New Mexico has a rich history in the space industry. Robert Goddard, inventor of the liquid fuel rocket, early on recognized its suitability for space research. What made the state particularly well suited for rocket launches were its large expanse of flat open space, little vegetation to catch on fire, few people to be frightened or injured, good weather throughout the year, power availability, access to rail and air transportation, and higher elevation for fuel conservation. In 1930, Goddard moved to Roswell, NM and his first rocket launch that year reached an astounding altitude of 2000 feet and a speed of 500 miles an hour. A decade later he launched the first manmade vehicle to travel faster than the speed of sound and sent a rock to an altitude of nearly 9000 feet. For the same reasons Goddard selected New Mexico for its test site, in 1945 the US Army established the first atmosphere testing rocket

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Today, New Mexico has three key Space Force organizations that work in space operating at Kirtland Air Force Base (KAFB): The Space Rapid Capabilities Office (Space RCO), the Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL), and Space and Missile Systems Center (SMC). The state also boasts two Department of Energy National Laboratories: Sandia National Laboratory and Los Alamos National Laboratory.

The US government has made significant investments in space through NASA, and with NASA increasingly relying on private companies for goods and services, it means very good things for spacefocused companies. Today there are more than 200 manufacturers in Aerospace in the Space Valley (from Brownsville, Texas to Denver, Colorado), making parts for space. Spaceport America is right in the center of the Space Valley.

The FAA designated a number of ‘Spaceports’ throughout the US, all with a runway for horizontal take-offs and landings. New Mexico has its own Spaceport, called ‘Spaceport America’. It is located on 18,000 acres in Sierra County near Elephant Butte Lake. Spaceport America, owned and operated by the state, is the world’s first ‘purpose-built’ commercial spaceport designed and constructed specifically for commercial users. While the first rocket to launch from Spaceport America took place 15 years ago, today it has seen more than 300 launches. Its tenants include Virgin Galactic, SpinLaunch, AeroVironment’s UAV project HAPSMobile, and UP Aerospace. Its customers include Boeing, Swift Engineering, C6 Launch Systems, ABL and WSRD, LLC. The facility is frequently used for STEM education projects for students of all ages. In February 2020 Virgin Galactic’s WhiteKnightTwo, a custom-built, four-engine, dual-fuselage jet aircraft, designed to carry SpaceShipTwo (an air-launched suborbital spaceplane type designed for space tourism) up to an altitude of ~50,000 feet) moved to Spaceport America, and months later, Virgin Galactic carried out its 1st and 2nd successful glide flight of its spaceship. Virgin Galactic held its first successful human spaceflight from Spaceport America in May 2021. Also last year, Aerovironment’s HAPSMobile, a joint venture with Japan’s SoftBank Corp., announced that it has chosen Spaceport America for test operations and development of a specialized communications platform.

SPACE Valley

There are many places an individual can invest in space today. For example, there are ETFs like UFO, ARKX, and individual stocks such as Virgin Galactic (SPCE) available on the stock market exchanges. In addition, people can invest privately in things like the Space Fund, which is rapidly becoming the world’s leading space venture capital company. Its team started the LaunchPad fund in 2019 as a proof of concept to demonstrate its ability to find, navigate, and capitalize on deal flow that may be elusive to those outside of the insular next generation space community. “We balance our excitement about what is and will be happening in space with a deep and thorough vetting process,” said SpaceFund managing partner and co-founder Meagan Crawford. “We don’t chase rockets, satellite swarms, or shiny objects. Instead, we find brilliant teams with game changing technologies and solid business plans. While some of them may not seem glamorous, they are the foundational elements of a rapidly rising space economy.” Casey shares Dan’s enthusiasm for the market potential for space in the state. She says, “There are a variety of in-state space companies that range in size from large prime contractors to innovative high–tech startups some of which have started via government contracts. New companies are starting in our state with private investment. New Mexico has over 140 companies working in the space industry. Virgin Galactic, the anchor tenant of Spaceport America, is gearing up to take tourists to space. Virgin Galactic has over 600 space enthusiasts signed up for its flights, at a cost of $250,000 per person.”

Casey Anglada DeRaad, founder/CEO of NewSpace New Mexico, says, “Our state personifies the essential spirit of the aerospace revolution – from our world-class commercial Spaceport with access to over 6,000 square miles of protected airspace to the dozens of cutting-edge tech companies who are tackling some of the universe’s greatest challenges. New Mexico’s intellectual capital and access to key federal resources are second to none.”

Dan says: “Whether you are investing as an individual or your company is already in the Aerospace industry, the changes in technologies are transforming our world here on earth. When Galveston Port was established as a principal port and gateway to the Southwest in Texas, during the 19th century, it helped transform Houston into one of the largest and influential cities in the United States. Please note: Before the invention of central air conditioning in 1902, Houston only had one High School. I use this analogy because the new technologies of Space have changed the world and Spaceport America is our gateway to Space like the Galveston port to the Gulf of Mexico. These shifts in technology will help transform New Mexico into a renowned space transportation hub. “

She adds, “The adoption of the Internet made Silicon Valley what it is today. It is not far-fetched to say that New Mexico with it’s many space assets will be the

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Monthly Confidence Index (MCI-EFI) in May is 72.1, easing from April’s all-time high of 76.1, but still at historic high levels.

The Equipment Leasing and Finance Association’s (ELFA) Monthly Leasing and Finance Index (MLFI-25), which reports economic activity from 25 companies representing a cross section of the $900 billion equipment finance sector, showed their overall new business volume for April was $9.8 billion, up 19 percent year-over-year from new business volume in April 2020. Volume was up 5 percent month-to-month from $9.3 billion in March. Year-to-date, cumulative new business volume was up 4 percent compared to 2020.

ELFA President and CEO Ralph Petta said, “Respondents showed robust April business activity, attesting to a strengthening economy. Despite soft labor market data for the month, an increasing number of businesses are opening up, as more Americans are receiving a vaccination, traveling and otherwise trying to return to some semblance of normalcy. Portfolio quality also shows resilience as lease and loan contract modifications requested by many customers appear to be in the rear-view mirror. The economy and business activity still have a ways to go to return to pre-pandemic levels, but what we see so far in terms of capital equipment investment is indeed encouraging as we head into the summer months.”

Receivables over 30 days were 1.8 percent, down from 1.9 percent the previous month and down from 3.0 percent in the same period in 2020. Charge-offs were 0.30 percent, down from 0.43 percent the previous month and down from 0.80 percent in the year-earlier period. Credit approvals totaled 76.3 percent, down from 77.0 percent in March. Total headcount for equipment finance companies was down 15.4 percent year-over-year, a decrease due to significant downsizing at an MLFI reporting company. Separately, the Equipment Leasing & Finance Foundation’s A2Z Manufacturing Rocky Mountain •

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Ricardo Rios, President and CEO, Commercial Equipment Finance, Inc., said, “2021 is trending to be a banner year for CEFI. The April MLFI results and those at CEFI’s demonstrate major similarities; the only outlier being YOY headcount (where CEFI is 20 percent above). This stark difference is largely due to the fact that we are an Independent with 23 professionals. While we are actively seeking to hire additional team resources, the recruiting market is proving to be challenging.”

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The global pandemic affected all businesses throughout the state, either through significant growth or, contrarily, through steep revenue declines, according to a news release. In response, state and federal agencies provided much-needed funding to those impacted or through agencies charged with delivering targeted aid to local businesses. “Utah’s manufacturers are positioned to have more favorable economic outcomes than originally forecast in November 2020,” said Tulinda Larsen, executive director of the Utah Advanced Materials and Manufacturing Initiative. “Utah’s economic performance, combined with mostly positive economic activity and improvements in logistics over the same period nationwide, places Utah’s manufacturers in good position for further recovery and growth over the forecast period to 2025.” A state economic analyst echoed those sentiments, stating the Beehive State’s manufacturing industry has indeed fared well during the upheaval caused by the pandemic.


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Utah Manufacturing Holding Strong Despite Pandemic Impacts The state’s manufacturing sector is among the strongest economically, a recent report says, even with the turmoil wrought by the coronavirus outbreak. “During the COVID-19 pandemic, manufacturing has been a significant contributor to the lifeblood of Utah’s economy,” said Stephen Reed, director of Utah State University’s Utah Manufacturing Extension Service. “While we have seen a decline in some of Utah’s manufacture segments, others, like those associated with the outdoor recreation industry have experienced significant increases in production demand.” The Utah Industry Resource Alliance released the latest information from an in-depth economic study on the impacts of the pandemic-induced recession on the state’s manufacturing industry. The alliance, a nonprofit organization supporting economic development for Utah manufacturers and rural businesses, announced last week its 2020 Economic Impact Report detailing the impact of the industry on the state’s A2Z Manufacturing Rocky Mountain •

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“Right out of the gate, there were probably some slowdowns, but while (the industry) had some job losses, it wasn’t real deep. In fact, by December that industry was back to job growth,” explained Mark Knold, chief economist for the Utah Department of Workforce Services. “Their setbacks might have been about 2% during some of the deeper parts of COVID, but that’s pretty much nothing compared to some other industries.” He noted that quantity-wise, most manufacturing takes place in Salt Lake County, but areas like Cache County have manufacturing comprising as much as 30% of the local employment base. Fortunately, the industry and its various subsectors have been able to maintain their economic vitality even during the worst of the COVID-19 downturn. “Utah has really just been bucking the national trend for a long time. You got that slow, that long steady decline largely across the nation, but not here,” he said. “It can grow around 2% per year. Obviously, we didn’t do that last year (because) COVID knocked everybody off track a bit. By December, (the industry) had come back to job growth on a year-over basis. It’s in pretty good shape.” Among the organizations tasked with providing guidance to the state’s manufacturing industry is the University of Utah Manufacturing Extension Partnership Center — the statewide help center funded by the U.S. Commerce Department’s National Institute of Standards and Technology

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“In our local economy, the predominance — 80% — of the manufacturers have less than 20 employees so our goal is specifically to work with small and medium-sized manufacturers, anyone 500 or below,” he said. “Utah is a prime spot for the (Manufacturing Extension Partnership) and for an opportunity to make a difference.” He said since 2016, the program has helped that state grow its manufacturing base and attracted companies from other states to consider relocating to the Beehive State. “We’re actually seeing an influx of manufacturing into Utah. Originally when the MEP grant came to the university, it was estimated we had about 3,200 manufacturers, Black said. “As our outreach has continued, that number has gone up significantly (to approximately 4,300) and a lot of the companies have moved from California or from other states to Utah because of the favorable conditions that we have here — both politically and economically, and the educated workforce.” For Kirk Gates — director of Continuous Improvement at Complex Fabricators, a Utah-based machining and fabrication

company — the pandemic had a major impact the 4/6/2020 on 2:04:17 PM business as orders for services dropped off significantly as the outbreak took hold in Utah and nationwide. “We don’t have as much revenue as we used to,” he said. “We had to really scramble over this last year to try to replace as much of that as we could, which has been a challenge for sure.” He said over time, however, the company has been able to restore most of its business production as the economy began to rebound. “The economy has bounced back rather quickly. We’re looking to hire a few skilled folks, even not so skilled, and we’re already having trouble finding them,” he said. “We need welders, we don’t have welders, and we’ve been trying to find that skill set and we — I’m sure, along with others — are having that same issue.” He said once the pandemic restrictions subside, the company hopes to hire more people as production ramps up. “We are optimistic, for sure,” Gates said. “We’re seeing an uptick in requests for quotes and we’re trying to compete for (contracts).” By Jasen Lee@JasenLee1 A2Z Manufacturing Rocky Mountain •

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Raytheon lands $234M contract for GPS satellite system work in Aurora Raytheon Intelligence and Space won $234 million in work from the U.S. Air Force to update the ground control system for future GPS satellites, a project the company does in Aurora. The military’s Space and Missile Systems Center contracted Raytheon Technologies Corp. for the project to update the Next-Generation Operational Ground Control System, a software and technology system that Raytheon spent years building to fly the fleet of new global positioning system satellites, known as GPS III, and process their data. Raytheon Intelligence and Space has worked on the NextGeneration Operational Ground Control System since 2010, a project that has cost an estimated $3.7 billion. The Raytheon Intelligence and Space office in Aurora has grown to employ more than 2,500 employees. The GPS III ground control, known as GPS III OCX, once was the focus of more than 1,000 of those employees. A2Z Manufacturing Rocky Mountain •

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Raytheon’s project fell five years behind schedule and grew infamously over budget — enough to trigger federal cost-overrun limits in the Nunn-McCurdy Act — before the company turned the project around in 2017 by changing project management and adopting agile software development techniques. Raytheon’s software development changes became a leading example of agile software development among U.S space contractors. The latest GPS III ground control contract is to update the ground system to incorporate new capabilities of a future batch of GPS orbiters, known as the GPS IIIF satellites. The GPS III system is gradually replacing the Air Force’s existing GPS satellite fleet, updating the signal strength and improving encryption and anti-jamming of its signals. The first GPS III satellite launched in 2018. The fourth launched in November, and new orbiters are scheduled to be added regularly for years. The system is used for warfighter navigation and to guide missiles. Its unencrypted timing signals also provide geo-location data used by billions of civilian devices, from car navigation to smartphones. The GPS IIIF satellites are ones that Lockheed Martin Space, under a $7.2 billion contract it won in 2018, is expected to start delivering in four years that will SW have antiA Z MANUFACTURING • 55 •increased Nov / Dec 2020 jam support, be fully digital and have reprogrammable 2

Get Ready! It’s The Biggest Event of The Year For The NUNTMA (Northern Utah - National Tooling & Machining Association) September 10: 10th Annual NUNTMA Golf Tournament It’s back! The 10th Annual NUNTMA Golf Tournament at Stonebridge Golf Club! Shotgun start at 8; $50/Golfer Open to any Machining Company-not exclusive to NUNTMA Members! Includes Breakfast, Lunch, 18 holes, a cart, and prizes! Register at nuntma.org/upcoming-events BRING CASH! RAFFLE PRIZES, UNLIMITED MULLIGANS, AND OTHER CHEATS WILL BE AVAILABLE FOR PURCHASE! processors onboard, and have new capabilities for search and rescue missions.The Raytheon-built ground control segment is being expanded to make use of the on-satellite capabilities. By Greg Avery – Denver Business Journal

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As part of the recent NUNTMA Emerging Leaders Conference, we had a lively discussion about the reasons behind why we’re in the machining trade. My guess is that there are multiple reasons that you’re in this trade and if you’re honest about

them they really don’t have all that much to do with your paycheck, though we all need those. As an industry, we make medical parts that help people’s lives to be better and sometimes save their lives. We make things that help cars and trucks move up and down the road. We make things that make ATV’s and snowmobiles work. We make the parts that let airplanes fly and on those planes, people fly to an endless number of significant events for them or maybe just on a business trip or a much-needed vacation. One that hits close for me personally is the things we make to be used in the defense of this great country we live in. My son is currently an active duty infantry US Marine. Please make those defense parts correctly! I’ll never forget standing in a lobby in Saco, Maine, and reading a letter from a very grateful soldier that told about how his life was saved because his M-16 continued to work even after he kept putting the red hot barrel in the water of the rice patty he was pinned down in under fire in Vietnam. The plant that made his gun was full of mills and lathes and machinists just like those in your shops. However much I love metal and parts my absolute favorite thing we build is people. This industry allows so many people to use their creativity, hard work, and pure grit to make the world a better place for them, their families, employees, customers, vendors and so many other people that it’s hard to reach the end of the list. Putting it simply manufacturing creates wealth. We take materials and turn them into something that allows all kinds of things to work. In the process of creating those parts and that wealth, we build people. In the process of managing that wealth, we build people. So while it’s all about milling machines and cool parts it’s really about people. Some of the best most honest hardworking salt of the earth people that I could even imagine. A2Z Manufacturing Rocky Mountain •

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In the manufacturing industry, particularly in small job shops, you often see companies that run their businesses today much like how they ran it a decade ago. If they make good parts and deliver them on-time, likely they are still in business…and that is good enough for them. And whether they like it or not, their business has most certainly plateaued. For other manufacturing businesses, status quo is not acceptable. This other‘breed’of manufacturing companies also makes good parts and delivers them on time. But these are companies who aren’t about ‘doing business as usual’; they are consistently investing in and bettering their company. Manufacturing Technologies Inc. (MTI) epitomizes the 2nd type of manufacturing entity. The company, based in Bernalillo, a town a short distance from Albuquerque, New Mexico, provides excellent quality parts to their customers (with a 96% rating) and has an exceptional customer satisfaction rating (99%).

MTI has long been a family business, with Chuck and wife Elaina integral to its daily operations. Their son Lucas was raised in the business (coming to work to help from the time he was 6) and joined full time as soon as he graduated from high school. Lucas says, “Chuck was always a very good business owner and mentor to me. Chuck learned machining in a time when manual machines were the norm, and with a superior understanding of machining, I learned from the best.” Chuck and Elaina are lucky. Often a machine shop is started up with a superior machinist. When he grows the business, he hopes to pass it on to one of his offspring, and often finds no family member is interested or capable of pursuing it. Lucas says from a young age, this is what he always wanted to do. He says, “I had an advantage that not many others get.” It is fair to say Lucas spent his first 5 full time years learning the business inside and out. It is also a fact that Lucas learned some very difficult lessons in his early years at the company. You see Lucas joined the company at 18, 12 years ago. That happened to coincide with the worst recent recession prior to our pandemic. During his early years with the company, he saw Chuck and Elaina make some very difficult decisions to keep the business open, and this meant laying off staff. Clearly these early years had an impact on Lucas, who has since spent sleepless nights worrying about key financial decisions and how they could affect the business. “I know how it feels when you are running a business, and some of the decisions you make will be ‘make it or break it’,” Lucas says. WILLINGNESS TO EMBRACE /INVEST IN NEW TECHNOLOGY


Lucas is a highly trained machinist, and today you will regularly see him on the floor running a machine or programming a job. But ~5 years ago, in 2017, the owners made the decision to take the business to the next level. They moved to the state-of-the-art facility they reside in today, and the facility at 23,000 sq. ft. is 5 times the size of their previous facility. Lucas says that they have tripled the number of machines they own since moving into their current facility.

Chuck Bulow joined MTI more than 3 decades ago as an employee, in 1988. Less than a decade later, he was given the opportunity to purchase the business, and in

Lucas adds, “The year we moved, we also made the decision to bring 5 axis machining into our business.” While Lucas admits the idea of 5 axis machining was daunting at first, the MTI owners knew it was

Just what makes MTI so special? It is really several things.

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something they must embrace to continue to service their customers and grow the business. The company’s first 5 axis machine was the Haas UMC-750SS, a 5-axis vertical machining center. Lucas learned how to run the 5-axis machining center first, so that he could comfortably help others in the company to learn how to use it. Since then, the company has added a second Haas UMC-750SS, which Lucas says the company utilizes for 3+2 machining plus simultaneous 5-axis machining. They also own 2 Haas DM-2 compact high-speed machining centers, and 1 with the TRT100, which is a dual-axis tilting rotary table that offers high-speed, accurate performance for 5-axis machining. Lucas says, “With our 5 axis machining centers, we can be so much more competitive than shops that don’t have these capabilities – not only can we make the parts faster and less expensively with our savings on set-up times, but we can make parts so much more accurately.” MTI also added horizontal machining with the addition of their Haas EC400 Horizontal machining center. “We added the pallet pool for production and lights out capabilities”, Lucas says. He adds, “We know skilled labor is getting more and more difficult to find, and so our machine tool purchases are always made with automation in mind.” Danny White, Sales Engineer for MMT Productivity, supports the MTI team with most of their machining purchases. Danny says, “Lucas and the machinists at MTI make some very intricate parts. To make these exceptional parts, they often push the envelope with technology; it’s not just the machines they purchase, they are also aggressive with their dynamic toolpaths, and they are highly efficient with their programming.” Lucas says, “I first learned to machine a part on a Haas machine, and they have always been a good, solid and well-priced machine for us. I think it is really great to buy a US manufactured machine, and that the Haas machines don’t accept status quo; they just get better and better every year.” MMT Productivity not only sells the Haas machine tool line, but also carries the Makino line. Danny says, “MTI machines a variety of metals, including difficult alloys. With an ideal blend of power, accuracy, speed and reliability, the Makino PS105 is redefining the standard and setting the bar for 3-Axis vertical machining industry wide.” Lucas says, “We’ve bought nearly all of our machines through MMT Productivity, and through Danny White. We are extremely satisfied with Danny and with his entire service team.”He adds,“I may be biased because I view Danny as a friend, but the truth is that he is a huge part of our suc-

cess.” Lucas says that MTI welcomed the additional support they received when MMT and Productivity merged some years ago. “They even have a tooling division, and we are able to buy all of our tooling from Productivity’s Dave Smith.” DIVERSIFICATION MTI offers more capabilities than the typical machine shop – they provide both machining and fabrication services. Lucas says that most of their customers come to MTI for both machining and fabrication. “We offer CNC laser cutting, press brake forming, as well as MIG and TIG welding, and we can hold exceptionally tight tolerances on foil or shim stock thicknesses”, he elaborates. On the machining side of the business, which Lucas says is seeing explosive growth, the company has 5-axis machining, automation, vertical and horizontal machining. Their other Haas machines include VF2SS’s, VF4SS’s, VF6SS’s and a big 40” x 80” VF9. Along with milling they have several Y-axis lathes that utilize live tooling and sub-spindles. And as we go to print, they are adding wire EDM capabilities with their newest machine, the Makino U6 wire EDM, also purchased through MMT Productivity. Lucas says, “If you haven’t come to MTI for your precision machining and fabrication, we ask that you just come tour our facility. We are proud of the products and services we offer, and we have the capacity to take on new customers.” To learn more about how MTI can help your business, contact Lucas at: lucas. mfgtek@att.net or visit mfgtechusa.com As a leading machine tool distributor, MMT Productivity provides machine tools, tooling & accessories, robots and related equipment for manufacturing in Colorado, Idaho, Montana, New Mexico, Utah and Wyoming, is committed to helping companies implement innovative solutions to meet manufacturing challenges and achieve a high standard of quality with superior results. To learn more about how MMT Productivity can help your business, visit mmtproductivity.com A2Z Manufacturing Rocky Mountain •

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NorthropNaples, Grumman is is theG/ATOR’s Engineering Systems Africa Central, Italy, average procurement unit$70,000,000 cost is between $147 fixed-price, indefinite-delivery/indefinitedeveloping and activity will field (N62470-20-D-0010). IBCS — the brains of the future missile defense system contracting million and $254.6 million, MFCR is predicted to cost $223.9 contract withwith a five-year ordering — in fiscal year 2019. million quantity per copy and the MFCR a surveillance radar is period for the Search and Rescue Tactical The Boeing Co., Layton, Utah, has been awarded a $106,821,546 changeestimated to cost $326.4 million. Vehicle (SKTV) – Side by Vehicle (SXV). And the analysis considered cost-plus-incentive-fee the growth potential for each modification option to defend(P00176) against order-definitization, to This contract provides SKTV-SXV, ancontract evolving FA8214-15-C-0001 lower-tier threat, according toFlight the slides. 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Air Force Nuclear Weapons Center, Hill Aircould see schedule slippage,Life the Cycle Army predicts, anywhere Center, Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Force Base, Utah, is the contracting activity. from 14 to 18 months. The Army also evaluated the cost based on 91 procured radars — four prototypes Ohio, is the contracting activity (FA8629and 87 production assets — and 485 launchers consisting of four prototypes and 21-D-5000). Raytheon Intelligence and Space, Aurora, Colorado, has been awarded The a Army concluded that upgrades and replacement radar 481 production assets. $234,012,036 cost-plus-incentive-fee/award-fee contract for Next Genoptions take nearly the same amount of time to field. The Aviation Holding LLC, Grand eration Operational Control System Block III follow-on. 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fuel. This was a competitive acquisition with 66 responses received. This is a 42-month base contract with one sixmonth option period. Location of performance is Colorado, with a Sept. 30, 2024, performance completion date. Using customers are Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine Corps and federal civilian agencies. Type of appropriation is fiscal 2021 through 2024 defense working capital funds. The contracting activity is the Defense Logistics Agency Energy, Fort Belvoir, Virginia (SPE607-21-D-0052). Sigmatech Inc., Colorado Springs, Colorado, has been awarded a $17,345,725 One Acquisition Solution for Integrated Services task order for Launch, Range, and Networks advisory and assistance support. This contract provides for technical support in the areas of operations, planning, budgeting, resource analysis, requirements development and justification, mission communications engineering and enterprise support, configuration control, project integration, studies, aeronautical procedures and program reviews in support of mission operations, research and development needed to support system development and integration, and sustainment activities. Work will be performed at Peterson Air Force Base, Colorado, and is expected to be completed April 12, 2026. This award is the result of a competitive acquisition and one offer was received. Fiscal 2021 U.S. Space Force operation and maintenance funds in the amount $2,748,595 are being obligated at the time of award. Space Operations Command, Peterson AFB, Colorado, is the contracting activity (FA2518-21-F-0007). Engineering and Software System Solutions, Clearfield, Utah (FA8203-21-D-0011); Southwest Research Institute, San Antonio, Texas (FA8203-21-D-0012); and University of Dayton Research Institute, Dayton, Ohio (FA8203-21-D-0013), have been awarded a combined ceiling $300,000,000 multiple-award, indefinite-delivery/ indefinite-quantity contract for the Comprehensive Landing Gear Integrity Program. Work will be performed in Clearfield, Utah; San Antonio, Texas; and Dayton, Ohio, and is expected to be completed by May 2041. These awards are the result of a competitive acquisition and three offers were received. Consolidated sustainment activity group working capital funds in the amount of $3,000 are being obligated at the time of award. Air Force Sustainment Center, Hill Air Force Base, Utah, is the contracting activity. mSAR LLC,* Springville, Utah, is awarded a $7,635,961 modification (P00001) to a cost-plus-fixed-fee, firmfixed-price order (N6833520F0625) against a previously issued basic ordering agreement (N6833518G0015). This modification exercises options to provide research, development, procurement, and sustainment of the ground surveillance radar product designated AN/DPY-2(v)1 and (v)2 Split Aces payload system in support of the RQ-21A

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Ultimate Machinery_____ 480-966-2000 Magnetic Particle (NDT) Machines Bar Feeders DCM Tech__________ 800-533-5339 Edge Technologies______ 951-440-1574 Pipe & Tube Benders/Notchers Bending Bystronic Inc_________ 213-309-1694 Bystronic Inc__________213-309-1694 S&S Machinery Sales___ 602-368-8542 Cold Saws Plate Rolls KNUTH Machine Tools____847-415-3333 Bud’s Machine Tools____ 385-271-6718 CNC Punching Centers Plasma Cutters S&S Machinery Sales___ 602-368-8542 Action Machinery _______888-289-9100 CNC Routers Multicam__________ 970-218-9046 Bystronic Inc__________ 213-309-1694 KNUTH Machine Tools____ 847-415-3333 Drill Lines Multicam__________ 970-218-9046 Production Machine Tools__ 425-881-1200 Production Machine Tools__ 425-881-1200 Fiber Lasers Press Brakes Bud’s Machine Tools____ 385-271-6718 Action Machinery _______888-289-9100 Multicam__________ 970-218-9046 Bud’s Machine Tools____ 385-271-6718 Production Machine Tools__ 425-881-1200 Bystronic Inc__________ 213-309-1694 Grinding Machines Production Machine Tools__ 425-881-1200 DCM Tech_________ 800-533-5339 S&S Machinery Sales___ 602-368-8542 KNUTH Machine Tools____847-415-3333 Rotary Surface Grinders Multitool USA_______ 800-660-0880 DCM Tech__________ 800-533-5339 Iron Workers Sawing Machines Action Machinery _______888-289-9100 Action Machinery _______888-289-9100 Production Machine Tools__ 425-881-1200 Production Machine Tools__ 425-881-1200 S&S Machinery Sales___ 602-368-8542 Shearing Machines Laser Cutters Action Machinery _______888-289-9100 Action Machinery _______888-289-9100 Bystronic Inc__________ 213-309-1694 Bud’s Machine Tools____ 385-271-6718 Bud’s Machine Tools____ 385-271-6718 Bystronic Inc__________213-309-1694 S&S Machinery Sales___ 602-368-8542 KNUTH Machine Tools____847-415-3333 Vacuum Tables MMT Productivty_____ 303-571-4933 DATRON__________ 480-826-3689 OTHER ACCESSORIES Production Machine Tools__ 425-881-1200 S&S Machinery Sales___ 602-368-8542 Grinding Accessories Triad Machine_______ 303-424-0268 Multitool USA_______ 800-660-0880

Tooling Systems Desert EDM Sales______ 480-816-6300 USA EDM Supply______ 480-836-8330 PALLET SYSTEMS Automatic Pallet Systems Midaco___________ 847-593-8420 Automatic Door Opener Systems Midaco___________ 847-593-8420 Manual Rotary Pallet Systems Midaco___________ 847-593-8420 Robotic Part Loading Systems Midaco___________ 847-593-8420 PLASTICS Acrylics And Polycarbonates Laird Plastics_______ 303-292-1687 Plastics: Fabrication Laird Plastics_______ 303-292-1687 Graphics Materials Laird Plastics_______ 303-292-1687 Mechanical/Engineering Material Laird Plastics_______ 303-292-1687 PROG. SYSTEMS CAD/CAMSoftware, CAD AME, Inc._________ 303-922-9266 Delcam (Autodeck)_____ 877-35-2261


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Coating: Nickel/ Teflon/Chrome Coating Technologies____623-581-2648 PAS Technologies______ 480-487-1906 Coating:Zinc & Mag.Phos. Frontier Group________602-437-2426 3D SCANNING The CNC Pros________801-973-0800 ADDITIVE MFG/ 3 D PRINTING Faustson___________303-420-7422 SolidCAM_________ 530-863-0461 ASSEMBLIES Advantage Manufacturing__ 877-727-0281 CAID Industries________435-890-8823 CNC Machine & Design Inc__ 801-531-9922 Dayton Rogers______ 763-717-6303 JD Machine________ 801-782-4403 Pillar Machine________ 801-965-1900 Quick Turn Machine_____ 801-334-6800 Tymar Industries______ 719-548-8995 Wrico____________ 480-892-7800 Electronics Assemblies Advantage Manufacturing_ 877-7270281 CAID Industries_______ 435-890-8823 Welded Assemblies Weiser Engineering_____ 303-280-2778 BAR CODING Western Sintering______ 509-375-3096

Coating Technologies____623-581-2648 BROACHING PAS Technologies______ 480-487-1906 Ponderosa Ind________ 303-298-1801 COMPOSITES Precision Mach’d Products_ 970-482-7676 S.A. Composites_________970-776-3877 Specialty Steel Services___801-539-8252 DESIGNCAD/CAM CASTINGS CNC Machine & Design Inc__ 801-531-9922 Aluminum Casting DIES Precision Enterprises____731-642-8709 Able Machining & Eng.__ 801-268-6766 Die Casting EDM TVT Die Casting______ 800-280-2278 EDM: Drilling Small Hole Die Casting: Aluminum/Zinc LAYKE, Inc.___________ 602-272-2654 TVT Die Casting______ 800-280-2278 Micropulse West________ 480-966-2300 EDM: Ram-Type (Sinking) CHEMICAL PROCESSING PAS Technologies____ 480-487-1906 Innovative Precision____ 801-334-6317 Maverick Mold & Machine__ 970-535-4604 COATING Micropulse West________ 480-966-2300 Coating:Black Oxide Prec. Mach’d Products______970-482-7676 PAS Technologies______ 480-487-1906 EDM: Wire Coating:Chemfilm Dynamic Design & Mfg___ 303-652-0431 Frontier Group________602-437-2426 EDM Express_______ 800-780-7075 PAS Technologies______ 480-487-1906 Innovative Precision_______801-334-6317 Jensen Precision_______ 801-866-0175 Coating: Liquid Pilkington Metal Finishing_ 801-972-2146 Micropulse West________ 480-966-2300

MTI______________ 505-247-4276 Paramount Machine_____801-886-2755 The Toolroom Inc._______ 801-773-6331 Thompson Machine______505-823-1453 Wrico_____________480-892-7800 ENGINEERING/DESIGN Advantage Manufacturing_ 877-727-0281 AzMark___________480-926-8969 CAID Industries______435-890-8823 CNC Machine & Design Inc__ 801-531-9922 Dynamic Design & Mfg___ 303-652-0431 Precision Tech________801-285-7288 Quick Turn Machine_____ 801-334-6800 Reverse Engineering Precision Tech________801-285-7288 FABRICATION Advantage Manufacturing_ 877-727-0281 Aero Tech________ 801-292-0493 Auburn Tool & Machine_ 303-278-8769 CAID Industries______435-890-8823


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CNC Machine & Design___801-531-9922 Dayton Rogers_______ 763-717-6303 Dynamic Design & Mfg___ 303-652-0431 EMJD Corporation______ 303-761-5236 EPOCS Mfg_________970-535-4540 Jensen Precision_______ 801-866-0175 Kustom Koncepts______ 307-472-0818 Mountain View Machine __435-755-0500 MTI_____________ 505-247-4276 Pillar Machine______ 801-965-1900 Star Precision________303-926-0559 Wrico____________480-892-7800 Custom Auto/Truck/Bike H& S Machine_______ 801-755-7627 Fabrication: Filament Winding S.A. Composites_______ 970-776-3877 Fabrication: Composites S.A. Composites_______ 970-776-3877 Fabrication: Enclosures Kustom Koncepts______ 307-472-0818 Star Precision________303-926-0559 Fabrication: Medium & Large CAID Industries______435-890-8823 EMJD Corp__________ 303-761-5236 EPOCS Mfg_________970-535-4540 Group Mfg Serv______ 480-966-39528 A2Z Manufacturing Rocky Mountain •

Weiser Engineering__ 303-280-2778 Fabrication: SheetMetal Advantage Manufacturing_ 877-727-0281 AzMark___________480-926-8969 CAID Industries______435-890-8823 Denver Machine Shop____303-295-6000 Dynamic Design & Mfg___ 303-652-0431 EMJD Corporation______ 303-761-5236 EPOCS Mfg_________970-535-4540 Group Mfg Serv_______480-966-3952 JD Machine_________801-782-4403 Jensen Precision_______ 801-866-0175 Kustom Koncepts______ 307-472-0818 Metalcraft__________888-280-7080 Pillar Machine______801-965-1900 Richards Fab______ 801-409-0392 Star Precision________303-926-0559 Weiser Engineering__ 303-280-2778 Wrico____________480-892-7800 Fabrication: Steel Bandsaw LLC_________303-744-7181 CAID Industries______435-890-8823 EMJD Corp________303-761-5236

FINISHING Advantage Manufacturing_ 877-727-0281 Arizona Finishing______602-438-4443 Coating Technologies____623-581-2648 CPCS_____________303-438-8328 Metals Finishing LLC______801-718-7969 PAS Technologies______ 480-487-1906 Precision Mach’d Prod____ 970-482-7676

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Star Precision________303-926-0559 Superior Grinding______801-487-9700 TVT Die Casting_______800-280-2278 Wasatch Powder Coating__ 801-718-7969 Anodizing/ Passivation Focused on Machining_____303-922-307 Sandblasting Dry Film Lubrication Metals Finishing LLC______801-718-7969 PAS Technologies______602-744-2600 Wasatch Powder Coating__ 801-718-7969 Finishing: One Stop Shot Peen Advantage Manufacturing_ 877-727-0281 Frontier Group________602-437-2426 PAS Technologies______ 480-487-1906 Silk Screening PAS Technologies______ 480-487-1906 Arizona Finishing______602-438-4443 Glass Bead Clean

Coating Technologies____623-581-2648 Aluminum (Medium & Large) PAS Technologies______ 480-487-1906 Aero Tech________ 801-292-0493 FORMING Iron Phosphates Metals Finishing LLC______801-718-7969 Dynamic Design & Mfg___ 303-652-0431 Wasatch Powder Coating__ 801-718-7969 EPOCS Mfg_________970-535-4540 JD Machine_________801-782-4403 Passivation Certified Inspection Service___602-267-0661 Star Precision________303-926-0559

Coating Technologies____623-581-2648 FOUNDRY Frontier Group________602-437-2426 Precision Enterprises____ 731-642-8709 PAS Technologies______602-744-2600 GAS NITRIDING Blanchard Metals Proc.___801-972-5590 Photochemical/Etching GEAR CUTTING VACCO Industries______ 626-443-7121 Ponderosa Ind________ 303-298-1801 Powder Coating Specialty Steel Svcs____ 801-539-8252 Arizona Finishing______602-438-4443 Gear Hobbing CPCS_____________303-438-8328 Frontier Group________602-437-2426 Ponderosa Ind________ 303-298-1801 Metals Finishing LLC______801-718-7969 GRINDING Pilkington Metal Finishing_ 801-972-2146 AzMark___________480-926-8969 Star Precision________303-926-0559 Diversified Metal Services__ 801-972-6093 Wasatch Powder Coating__ 801-718-7969 GMN USA_________ 800-686-1679

Diamond Machining Sun Grinding________602-238-9595 Micropulse West_______480-966-2300 Gun Drilling

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Machine Tool & Cutter Grinding_ 435-512-4416 PAS Technologies______602-744-2600 Prec. Mach’d Products__ 970-482-7676 Ron Grob Co.________970-667-5320 Steel Services Grinding___ 800-662-0126 Sun Grinding________602-238-9595 Superior Grinding______801-487-9700 The Toolroom Inc.______ 801-773-6331 Grinding, Blanchard Auburn Tool & Machine_303-278-8769 Diversified Metal Services__ 801-972-6093 Steel Services Grinding___ 800-662-0126 Sun Grinding________602-238-9595 Superior Grinding______ 801487-9700 Grinding, Centerless Ron Grob Co.________970-667-5320 Sun Grinding________602-238-9595 Grinding, Cold Saw AA Carbide________ 801-486-4881 Grinding: OD AzMark___________480-926-8969 Ron Grob Co.________970-667-5320

Superior Grinding______ 801487-9700 Sun Grinding________602-238-9595 Superior Grinding______ 801487-9700 Grinding: Tool & Cutter BC Tool & Cutter Grinding__ 713-638-0303 Exact Tool Grinding_____ 801-712-2720 Machine Tool & Cutter Grinding_ 435-512-4416 GUN DRILLING Diamond Machining____970-532-2486 HEAT TREATING Blanchard Metals Proc.___801-972-5590 Controlled Thermal_____ 602-272-3714 Pilkington Metal Finishing__801-972-2146 Quick Turn Machine_____801-334-6800 The Toolroom Inc.______801-773-63311 HONING/LAPPING LAYKE, Inc._________602-272-2654 IDENTIFICATION Industrial Labels TUFFLabels_________855-855-8833 Silk Screen Arizona Finishing_____602-438-4443 INSPECTION Inspection, First Article Klontech Measure Sol____ 480-626-8131 Inspection Services Klontech Measure Sol____ 480-626-8131

Sustaining Edge Solutions__888-572-9642 LASER CUTTING Laser Cutting Advantage Manufacturing____ 877-727-0281 EMJD Corporation_____303-761-5236 EPOCS Mfg_________970-535-4540 Kustom Koncepts______ 307-472-0818 Richards Fab______ 801-409-0392 Star Precision________303-926-0559 VACCO Industries_____ 626-443-7121 Weiser Engineering__ 303-280-2778 Wrico____________480-892-7800 Laser Cutting: Pipe&Tube Richards Fab______ 801-409-0392 MACHINING Advantage Manufacturing___ 877-727-0281 American Machine & Eng.__ 801-973-0494 CAID Industries______435-890-8823 CNC Machine & Design Inc__801-531-9922 CM Manufacturing____ 406-543-4450 Dynamic Design & Mfg___ 303-652-0431 EPOCS Mfg_________970-535-4540 Flex-Pro___________ 480-773-3239 GL Manufacturing______ 801-634-5894 Kings Peak Manufacturing_ 801-337-5926 Loveridge Machine Co.___ 801-262-1414 Machinists Inc_______ 800-244-4130

Mountain View Machine__435-755-0500 Precision Enterprises____ 731-642-8709 Quick Turn Machine_____ 801-334-6800 RD Machine & MFg____ 801-977-0447 Radtech__________ 303-789-4247 RP Machining_______ 719-550-1724 Skydandee Mfg______ 801-774-8031 Teton Machining_____ 208-642-9344 The CNC Pros________801-973-0800 TVT Die Casting______ 800-280-2278 Tymar Industries______ 719-548-8995 Weiser Engineering__ 303-280-2778 Machining: 3D Faustson___________303-420-7422 Machining: 5 Axis Accutech Machine______ 801-975-1117 AzMark___________480-926-8969 Blackwing Machine____ 801-645-4485 Faustson___________303-420-7422 GL Manufacturing______ 801-634-5894 JD Machine_________801-782-4403 Machinists Inc_______ 800-244-4130 MTI_____________ 505-247-4276 Paramount Machine___ 801-886-2755 Precision Enterprises____ 731-642-8709 Precision Tech________801-285-7288 41 41

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Quick Turn Machine_____ 801-334-6800 RP Machining_______ 719-550-1724 S.A. Composites_______ 970-776-3877 The CNC Pros________801-973-0800 Tymar Industries______ 719-548-8995

Machining: Aerospace ATF Aerospace_______480-265-4809 AzMark___________480-926-8969 CAID Industries______435-890-8823 CM Manufacturing____ 406-543-4450 Flex-Pro___________480-773-3239 GroveTec Machining_____503-557-4689 LAYKE, INC__________602-272-2654 LV Swiss___________435-635-1482 Micropulse West_______480-966-2300 Mountain View Machine__435-755-0500 Paramount Machine____ 801-886-2755 Pinnacle Precision____ 435-563-2722 Ponderosa Ind________ 303-298-1801 Precision Mach’d Products_ 970-482-7676 Radtech__________ 303-789-4247 RD Machine & MFg____ 801-977-0447 RP Machining_______ 719-550-1724 Skydandee Mfg______ 801-774-8031 Teton Machining_____ 208-642-9344 Machining: Automatic StarRex Precision_____ 480-834-6344 Machining: Ceramic O’Keefe Ceramics______ 719-687-0888 Ceramic: Sapphire, Alumina, Silicon, Aluminum, Quartz O’Keefe Ceramics______ 719-687-0888 Machining: CNC Able Machining & Eng.__ 801-268-6766 A2Z Manufacturing Rocky Mountain •

RP Machining_______ 719-550-1724 Star Precision________303-926-0559 Teton Machining_____ 208-642-9344 The Toolroom Inc.______ 801-773-6331 Wrico___________ 480-892-7800 Machining: Composites Metalcraft__________888-280-7080 Machining: Contract American Machine & Eng.__ 801-973-0494 JD Machine_________801-782-4403 Jensen Precision_______ 801-866-0175 LV Swiss___________435-635-1482 Machinists Inc_______ 800-244-4130 Paramount Machine____801-886-2755 Radtech__________ 303-789-4247 Electromechanical Design Skydandee Mfg______ 801-774-8031 Machining: DoD CM Manufacturing____ 406-543-4450 Machining: Large ATF Aerospace_______480-265-4809 Machining: Laser AzMark___________480-926-8969 Dynamic Design & Mfg___ 303-652-0431 Faustson__________ 303-420-7422 Gerome Mfg________520-622-8402 Innovative Precision___ 801-334-6317 L.A.R. Manufacturing___ 801-280-3505 RD Machine & Mfg____ 801-977-0447 Southwest Waterjet-Laser__480-306-7748 VACCO Industries_____ 626-443-7121 Weiser Engineering__ 303-280-2778 Machining:Medical A&L Machining_______303-373-1540 CAID Industries______435-890-8823 Pinnacle Precision____435-563-2722 Teton Machining_____ 208-642-9344 Tymar Industries______ 719-548-8995

Accutech Machine______ 801-975-1117 American Machine & Eng.__ 801-973-0494 Apex Engineering_____ 435-713-0072 ATF Aerospace_______480-265-4809 Auburn Tool & Machine__ 303-278-8769 CM Manufacturing____ 406-543-4450 CNC Machine& Design__ 801-531-9922 Cornerstone Machine___ 801-731-8862 Denver Precision Products__ 303-469-1771 DMSI___________801-972-6093 Dynamic Design & Mfg___ 303-652-0431 EPOCS Mfg________970-535-4540 Faustson__________ 303-420-7422 Flex-Pro___________ 480-773-3239 GL Manufacturing______ 801-634-5894 H& S Machine_______ 801-755-7627 HPMP____________ 801-619-9850 Innovative Precision___ 801-334-6317 JD Machine_________801-782-4403 Jensen Precision_______ 801-866-0175 Kings Peak Manufacturing_ 801-337-5926 LAYKE, INC__________602-272-2654 Leading Edge Machine__ 435-563-9425 Loveridge Machine Co.___ 801-262-1414 LV Swiss___________435-635-1482 Maverick Mold & Machine_ 970-535-4604 MTI_____________ 505-247-4276 Precision Enterprises____731-642-8709 Pinnacle Precision____435-563-2722 Quick Turn Machine____801-334-6800 The CNC Pros________801-973-0800 Tymar Industries______ 719-548-8995 Machining: Milling Electromechanical Design RD Machine & Mfg____ 801-977-0447 American Machine & Eng.__ 801-973-0494

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ATF Aerospace_______480-265-4809 Blackwing Machine____ 801-645-4485 Auburn Tool & Machine__ 303-278-8769 CNC Machine& Design__ 801-531-9922 Cornerstone Machine___ 801-731-8862 DATRON__________ 480-826-3689 Dynamic Design & Mfg___ 303-652-0431 EPOCS Mfg_________970-535-4540 Focused on Machining____303-922-3076 GL Manufacturing______ 801-634-5894 GroveTec Machining_____503-557-4689 JD Machine_________801-782-4403 Kings Peak Manufacturing_ 801-337-5926 LV Swiss___________435-635-1482 Machinists Inc_______ 800-244-4130 Metalcraft__________888-280-7080 Mountain View Machine__435-755-0500 MTI_____________ 505-247-4276 Pillar Machine______801-965-1900 Prec. Mach’d Products__970-482-7676 Precision Enterprises____731-642-8709 Quick Turn Machine_____ 801-334-6800 Ron Grob Co.________970-667-5320 The CNC Pros________801-973-0800 Tymar Industries______ 719-548-8995 Machining: Mold Base Blackwing Machine____ 801-645-4485 Maverick Mold & Machine___970-535-4604 Machining: Production Able Machining & Eng.__ 801-268-6766 CM Manufacturing____ 406-543-4450 CNC Machine& Design__ 801-531-9922 Cornerstone Machine___ 801-731-8862


Elite Machine________ 801-710-7891 Faustson__________ 303-420-7422 Flex-Pro___________ 480-773-3239 GroveTec Machining_____503-557-4689 HPMP____________ 801-619-9850 Innovative Precision___ 801-334-6317 Kings Peak Manufacturing_ 801-337-5926 Loveridge Machine Co.___ 801-262-1414 LV Swiss___________435-635-1482 Newport Tool________801-295-7411 Paramount Machine___ 801-886-2755 Ponderosa Ind________ 303-298-1801 Precision Enterprises____ 731-642-8709 Precision Tech________801-285-7288 Quick Turn Machine_____ 801-334-6800 Radtech____ ______303-789-4247 RD Machine & Mfg____ 801-977-0447 RP Machining_______ 719-550-1724 Star Precision________303-926-0559 The CNC Pros________801-973-0800

Machining: Prototype Able Machining & Eng.__ 801-268-6766 Accutech Machine______ 801-975-1117 American Machine & Eng.__ 801-973-0494 Apex Engineering_____ 435-713-0072 ATF Aerospace_______480-265-4809 Cornerstone Machine___ 801-731-8862 Denver Precision______ 303-469-1771 Faustson___________303-420-7422 Flex-Pro ___________ 480-773-3239 Focused on Machining____303-922-3076 Innovative Precision___ 801-334-6317 JD Machine_________801-782-4403 Jensen Precision_______ 801-866-0175

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