MDNA Bi-weekly
Aug. 6, 2013

Prospective members
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Below is a company who has applied for membership in the MDNA. If approved at the Chapter level, the Board of Directors will vote on them at an upcoming meeting. If you have any questions or comments, or if you have done business with them, please contact MDNA at 703-836-9300.

Southwest Chapter
Hillary Machinery, LLC - Regular

5415 S. 101 St., E. Ave., Tulsa, OK 74146
Phone: 918-706-4191
jeff@hillaryllc.com
www.hillaryinc.com
Principal(s): Jeff Messenger
Sponsors: Machinery Management LLC (Regular MDNA member since 2008); Great American Equipment Company (Regular MDNA member since 1990)
Established: October 2010
Specialty: CNC Lathes, Mills, Boring Mills, Horizontal, etc.

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Chapter meetings
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All members are encouraged to attend Chapter meetings and all members are invited to attend meetings outside their own Chapter. The following are upcoming Chapter events that are scheduled. Click on the chapter meeting for more details on each event:

Chicago Chapter Event - Aug. 7

Cleveland Chapter Meeting - Aug. 14

Detroit/Toledo Chapter Meeting - Sept. 4 - Save The Date

Milwaukee/Minneapolis Golf Outing & Chapter Meeting - Sept. 12

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New contact information
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D & D Industries

2060 Mescher Dr.
Monclova, OH 43542
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Good and welfare
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It is with deep sadness that we inform you that Bert Paul, President of Equipment Trading Co. Inc., passed away on July 30 at the age of 90. He had worked at Noll Machinery (OH), Machinery Trading (CT), World Wide Equipment (MI) and for the last 30 years as partner in Equipment Trading in Wixom, MI. Bert's sons, Don and Tim, will continue on at Equipment Trading. Please extend your thoughts and prayers to the family.

We are pleased to announce that Rick and Susan Levy of Machinery and Appraisal Company LLC are the proud grandparents of a grandson. Dylan Shea Levy was born Aug. 3, weighing in at 7 pounds and 14 ounces, 21 inches long. Mom, Dad and baby are all doing great.More

MDNA/Locator Services/AMEA/Scholarship Board Meeting
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Charleston Place
205 Meeting Street
Charleston, S.C. 29401
Phone: 843-722-4900/888-635-2350
Hotel Cut-Off Date is Aug. 16


The MDNA/Locator Services/AMEA/Scholarship Board and Committee meetings will be held Sept. 7-9 at the Charleston Place in Charleston, S.C. Meeting schedule is available for viewing.

Representatives from all member firms in good standing are welcome and encouraged to attend the MDNA Board of Directors Meeting on Monday, Sept. 9. Early hotel registration is encouraged.More

2013 Weekend with the Pros
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Mark your calendars now and plan to attend this year's WWTP, Oct. 24-26. Cleveland is our destination and the MDNA Cleveland Chapter is excited to host this event in their town. This year the schedule is a little different than in previous years. We will start the event on Thursday. For those needing USPAP, plan to come in early to take this class.  For all others, plan to come in anytime Thursday to be ready for a full Friday of Manufacturing Tours.More

AMEA
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Share your industry experience. AMEA is looking for article submissions to use in the upcoming editions of the AMEA Appraiser Newsletter. This is a great way to earn up to four hours of continuing education credit.More

Prospective members
MDNA
Below is a company who has applied for membership in the MDNA. If approved at the Chapter level, the Board of Directors will vote on them at an upcoming meeting. If you have any questions or comments, or if you have done business with them, please contact MDNA at 703-836-9300.

Southwest Chapter
Hillary Machinery, LLC - Regular

5415 S. 101 St., E. Ave., Tulsa, OK 74146
Phone: 918-706-4191
jeff@hillaryllc.com
www.hillaryinc.com
Principal(s): Jeff Messenger
Sponsors: Machinery Management LLC (Regular MDNA member since 2008); Great American Equipment Company (Regular MDNA member since 1990)
Established: October 2010
Specialty: CNC Lathes, Mills, Boring Mills, Horizontal, etc.

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3-D printing, robotics and the future of manufacturing
eCommerce Times
Imagine a manufacturing floor making sophisticated products through the use of 3-D printers being overseen and fed by robots. That's a frightening scenario for the worker employed in manufacturing. In the face of this unfolding, never-before-witnessed scenario, the manufacturer must constantly be on the leading edge of technology and the worker must constantly update his or her skills. The potential of 3-D printing and robotics is nothing if not inspiring but it's difficult even to imagine the extent of the inroads they will make in our manufacturing base or the myriad of products they'll eventually produce.More

Auction reports
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The 2013 2nd quarter auction report is now available for download. You can also view the full report by visiting the MDNA back office. More

Students spend a few days learning manufacturing secrets
Richmond Times-Dispatch
Twenty high school students have spent four days getting a close look at the world of revenue, robotics and logistics at a summer camp focused on manufacturing. During the camp — Dream it. Do it. Virginia Manufacturing Technology Summer Camp — the high schoolers get to visit nearby manufacturers and talk to and work with industry professionals. But for many of the participants, the highlight is working on a design project using top industry equipment.More

Can technology fill the manufacturing jobs void?
Bloomberg
VideoBriefAlan Patricof, founder at Greycroft, and Leo Hindery, founder at Intermedia Partners, discuss the underemployed in the United States and whether the growth of technology jobs can take the place of lost manufacturing in the nation. They spoke recently on Bloomberg Television's "Bloomberg Surveillance."More

Manufacturing picks up, construction spending falls
The Associated Press via USA Today
U.S. factory activity expanded in July at the fastest pace in two years while spending on U.S. construction projects fell in June by the largest amount in five months as government building activity declined to the lowest level since 2006. The manufacturing spike was fueled by surges in new orders, production and hiring. The gains show manufacturing is rebounding and should provide a spark to growth in the coming months.More

Indiana gains manufacturing jobs for 2nd straight year
NWITimes.com
Indiana added manufacturing jobs for the second straight year but the region missed out on the gains. Manufacturer's News Inc., an industry research firm, found the state gained 8,020 manufacturing jobs from April 2012 to April 2013, an increase of 1.4 percent. Northwest Indiana, however, saw a 0.5 percent decline in industrial employment over the same period, largely because of 1.7 percent drop in the production of steel and other primary metals.More