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Speaking of Precision is a knowledge preservation and thought leadership blog covering the precision machining industry, its materials and services. With over 36 years of hands on experience in steelmaking, manufacturing, quality, and management, Miles Free (Milo) Director of Industry Research and Technology at PMPA helps answer "How?" "With what?" and occasionally "Really?"

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Continue Your Machining Education at PMPA’s 2013 National Technical Conference

Posted April 05, 2013 12:00 AM by Milo

The competitive advantage of our shops is the talent and tribal knowledge of our skilled craftsmen and women.

Continuing the education of our top talent is a priority at PMPA's 2013 National Technical Conference April 14-16 2013.

Certificates will be awarded to attendees of our three certification workshops:

  • Gaining Confidence with GD&T
  • CNC Programming Workshop- Macro programming
  • Metallurgy for Machinists

If you want Blah Blah Blah, I suggest you check out Bob Loblaw's Law Blog here.

If however you are interested in advancing the skills, capability, and talent of your people, we can't think of a more effective way than to bring them to our NTC.

Gary Griffith of Griffith Training has been a highly rated speaker as well as authority in GD&T at past NTC's.

Dan Murphy and Ron Gainer of REM Sales will lead the Macro programming workshop.

Kevin Armanie from Kaiser Aluminum, Bob Drab from Corey Steel and yours truly Miles Free will present the Metallurgy for Machinists session.

Hope to see you, and more importantly, your best people at our NTC in Columbus.

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Editor's Note: CR4 would like to thank Milo for sharing this blog entry, which originally appeared here.

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