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IndustrialPR To Help Companies Source Rapid Prototyping & Machining Services

10-12-2011 08:09 AM CET | Industry, Real Estate & Construction

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IndustrialPR To Help Companies Source Rapid Prototyping & Machining Services

Columbus, Ohio – The online B-to-B & engineering news site IndustrialPR, publisher of 20,000+ press releases covering the manufacturing community announced today its further alliance with MFGpartners to further promote the company's network of custom manufacturers. IndustrialPR.net said the site now profiles over 96 Ohio Machine Shops and metal machine shops at http://www.mfgpartners.net/category/ohio-shops/ specializing in custom machining, rapid prototyping machine work, custom prototyping services, prototype design as well as prototypes manufacturers working with a wide range of plastics and metals serving the state of Ohio, including Columbus, Dayton, Lorain, Akron, Cleveland, Parma, Canton, Toledo, Cincinnati, Youngstown and other cities in the Buckeye State.

IndustrialPR says AMSN helps companies connect with over 300 metal machine shops & fabricators capable of meeting their custom manufacturing needs. The site is utilized by engineers, product inventors, manufacturers, government agencies, military, high-tech firms, small businesses and fortune 500 companies in need of custom machining & fabrication services at
http://www.mfgpartners.net/custom-machining-services

IndustrialPR.net spokesperson Patrick Carson said AMSN initiated the partnership to help bring work to US-based machine/job shops, foundries and contract manufacturers. According to Carson, the current focus of the alliance is on the Ohio manufacturing sector, which he said plays a pivotal role in the country's all-around economic stability due to the sheer number of manufacturers in the state and its vast industrial output capability which rivals most other states and even many countries. Carson said vendors on MFGpartners.net can meet virtually every need for precision CNC machining, fabrication, retread molds, CNC & NC machining, die work, plastic, steel & aluminum castings, prototypes, innovative design, engineering, reverse engineering, tooling, sheet metal work and a wide range of other custom manufacturing services.

“When manufacturing in Ohio grows, so does the nation's economy because of the state's ability to produce a wide range of goods for various industries and markets across the country and worldwide,” said Carson. He added, “IndustrialPR.net is pleased to work side-by-side with the nationally recognized American Machine Shops Network (AMSN) to bring work to Ohio machine shops, prototype manufacturers and metal machine shops based in or around Youngstown, Cincinnati, Toledo, Canton, Parma, Cleveland, Akron, Lorain, Dayton and Columbus providing a broad array of prototype design, rapid prototyping machine work, custom machining, metal/plastic fabricating, precision molds, castings, prototypes design and other solutions.”

About IndustrialPR

IRP is an online engineering, technical, manufacturing & engineering news portal providing the latest stories, feeds, editorials and articles covering newly launched equipment, components, software and machinery as well as other products for manufacturers worldwide. The site unveils some of the most advanced industrial products, innovative services and technologies being introduced into the marketplace by world leading companies serving national and international customers at http://www.IndustrialPR.net

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P.O. Box 438
Oxford, MA 01540

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