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April 2015 - Volume 9; Issue 4


In this Issue Charting Progress in Closing Skills Gap Will Your Website Be Labeled “Irrelevant” After April 21st? Proactive Network Security, Backup & Recovery, and More: 6 Factors to Consider to Ensure You’re Protected WMC Tax Policy Agenda

President's Letter

TDMAW was represented at Business Day in Madison 2015, by:(L-R) Kirk Kussman of Aztalan Engineering, Mary Wehrheim of Stanek Tool Corp, Randy Weber of DACO PrecisionTool, Steve Latus of Journeymen Tool & Technologies, Lynn and Ken Mahuta of Mahuta Tool and Brian Nuetzel of Matzel Manufacturing.

April 2015 “Manufacturing Matters”


’m happy to hear most TDMAW members that I talk to, continue to be busy. Hopeful-

the future business climate in Wisconsin. He into action for future elections. Last month seven TDMAW members Matters”





many other people that came from all

Yours truly, — Randy A. Weber

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2015 Board of Directors President - Randy Weber Daco Precision-Tool 262.626.6591 | Vice President - Brian Nuetzel Matzel Manufacturing, Inc. 414.466.3800 | Treasurer - Alan Petelinsek Power Test, Inc. 262.252.4301 | Secretary - Kirk Kussman Aztalan Engineering Inc. 920.648-3411 | Chairman of the Board - Steve Latus Journeymen Tool & Technologies, Inc. 414.228.8338 |

2015 Committee Chairs Advisory Co-Chairs Jim Persik 262.781.3190 | Mary Wehrheim 262.786.0120 l Apprenticeship Co-Chairs Mary Wehrheim 262.786.0120 | Allen Weiss 262.820.3400 | Budget Alan Petelinsek 262.252.4301 |

Save the Dates 2015 May 5th [Tuesday]

Dinner Meeting featuring Federated Insurance & Ma Baensch

Delafield Brewhaus 6:00-8:30 p.m.

June 16th [Tuesday]

June Outing: Annual Golf and Fishing Outing

River Club of Mequon/ Lake Michigan

August 4th [Tuesday]

Summer Outing: Sporting Clays Event and Dinner

Wern Valley Sportsman’s Club

Nov. 10th [Tuesday]

Tool, Die & Machining Expo TBD

CLASSIFIEDS Wisconsin Engraving Company / UNITEX has added two new HAAS VM-2 machining centers to our equipment list. Machines feature 12,000 RPM spindles, 4th axis machining capabilities and 30” x 20” x 20” of travel. Call 262-786-4521 or E-mail: For Sale: ELB Surface Grinder: Max Length 23 5/8 feet, Max Width 13 3/4 feet, Max height 20". Asking $4,000 or best offer. Please contact Ron Tritz at 262-544-5454 or For Sale: Dual Pallet Horizontal Machining Center: X=26 3/8, Y=13 7/16, Z=13 1/2. Asking $40,000 or best offer. Please contact Ron Tritz at 262-544-5454 or Hypneumat, Inc. has added a new Tsugami M08SY 6-axis turning center to its equipment list. This twin spindle machine is capable of chucking up to 8” diameters and bar feed 2.5” diameters. Machining requests call 414-423-7400 or email

Business Support Brian Nuetzel 414.466.3800 | Insurance Kirk Kussman 920.648.3411 | Legislative Kathy Pfannerstill 262.250.7640 | Membership/Programs/Events Randy Weber 262.626.6591 | Nominating Steve Latus 414.228.8338 | Promotions Lynn Mahuta 262.502.4100 | Scholarship Steve Latus 414.228.8338 |

2015 Ad Hoc Committee Chairs Communications & Technology Austin Weber 262.626.6591 | Workforce Development Michael Mallwitz 414.362.7305 |

IN THE KNOW Volunteers Needed!

1. Help is needed for the May 9th BotsIQ WI Competition, to be held at WCTC Pewaukee Campus. See details on page 18. Contact Lynn Mahuta to volunteer: (262) 502-4100 or 2. Judges are needed, throughout April, for the SkillsUSA Wisconsin CNC Milling and Automated Manufacturing Technically (AMT) competitions. See details on page 5. Contact Allen Weiss to volunteer: 262-820-3400 or 3. Brian Nuetzel, TDMAW Business Support Committee Chair could use 2 or 3 volunteers to join & help him on his committee. The Business Support Committee only meets every other month, unless something urgent is needed. Please contact Brian if you or one of your key employees is interested in helping: (414) 466-3800 or 4. TDMAW is always looking for more people with new, fresh ideas, so if you know of any members, or potential future members that want to get involved and help in any way, contact TDMAW President, Randy Weber: (262) 626-6591 or We could use help on committees, with events, and are looking for those interested in serving on future Boards. Busch Precision will be hosting a Machining & Maintenance Services Expo and Open House on Wednesday, May 6, 2015 to introduce areas of specialty machining and maintenance services that can enhance your quality and production results. Be sure to mark the date on your calendar. The day will be filled with tours, learning sessions, and strategic partner informative sessions. Contact Busch Precision for more information. | 3


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Congratulations to TDMAW Partner, Swick Technologies!

The Waukesha County Business Alliance and BizTimes Media have announced the 2015 Top 10 Businesses of the Year. The annual awards program recognizes companies headquartered in southeastern Wisconsin that have demonstrated consistent financial growth and dedication to good business practices through employee relations, customer-focused commitment and community service involvement. Among the Top 10 Businesses of the Year is TDMAW Partner, Swick Technologies, an IT managed services business.

Consider TDMAW Sponsorship

Your company’s participation in the TDMAW Red, White & Blue Sponsorship program demonstrates to the tool, die & machining community that your company supports Growing Manufacturing in Wisconsin. Sponsorship runs from May 1, 2015 to April 30, 2016 and is a great opportunity to showcase your products, services or organization to a targeted audience of privately held, Wisconsin based manufacturing companies. Benefits include, but are not limited to: recognition at TDMAW meetings and events, complimentary ad space in the Surgeons of Steel magazine and links to your company website from Contact TDMAW headquarters for more information TODAY!

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Moraine Park AMT 1X 8am-12noon Ken Heins

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Bonduel HS CNC 3X 7:30am-3:30pm Judge Allen Weiss West Bend HS CNC 1X 8am-12noon Judge Steve Latus Slinger HS AMT 1X 8am-12noon Judge Ken Mahuta

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any separation agreement that seeks to release claims under the Age Discrimination in Employment Act (ADEA) must contain specific language as required by the Older Workers Benefit Protection Act (OWBPA) in order to be a proper, valid and enforceable release (see http://www.eeoc. gov/policy/docs/qanda_severance-agreements.html for specific guidance). You are correct that an employee age 40 and older must be given 21 days to consider a waiver and release agreement, and then an additional seven days once signed (if signed within that time period), to revoke his or her signature and thus the contract itself. There are other requirements that must be satisfied when more than one employee is separating from employment (such as providing information about the ages and positions of employees impacted by a layoff and not impacted by the termination decisions, and a 45-day consideration period), but we assume from the inquiry that only one employee is at issue here (the Director). Note that employers are not required to provide employees under 40 with a specific amount of time to sign a separation agreement and there is no revocation period required in that situation.

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Next BotsIQ WI Competition and Your Opportunity to Volunteer, Coming Up on May 9th! The BotsIQ program exposes students and their families to a variety of manufacturing careers. While building their 15 pound robots in preparation for the competition, they are also discovering their attitude and aptitude for advanced manufacturing careers. TDMAW supports BotsIQ WI and invites you to get involved with the May 9th competition, hosted by Waukesha County Technical College, Pewaukee Campus. All are encouraged to come and see the students (you may be hiring in a few years) at work on their creations. Stay for a few battles and then watch them repair the damage. Yu will be impressed, maybe impressed enough to stay for a while or mentor a team!

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