Onward and upward! Learn more about ProtoCAM’s long history of service for customers in the Aerospace, Defense and Medical fields next week in Hartford.
Join ProtoCAM May 3-5 for the Manufacturing 4 The Future trade show at the Connecticut Convention Center in Hartford. Mfg4 is an event developed for the aerospace, defense and medical industries, with an emphasis on industry-specific solutions and cross-collaboration.
“From day one, way back in 1994, ProtoCAM has been a premiere provider of prototypes, conceptual test pieces, quick turn production parts, and short run manufacturing with a focus on aerospace and medical customers.” says Ron Belknap, President and CEO of ProtoCAM. “Our quality, speed and service are most commonly cited as reasons almost all of our first customers still use us today.”
As technologies and techniques have advanced through the years, ProtoCAM continues to research and develop new techniques to provide the best for their customers. “In 1994, we were literally making rocket parts in a cornfield; today, we’re servicing more industries than ever out of our new facility.” reflects Ed Graham, Engineering Manager. He’s referring to ProtoCAM’s move from its original facility to their new state of the art additive manufacturing plant. Built to their demanding specifications in 2014, it leverages the company’s 20 years of experience, and is optimized for current needs with the flexibility to adjust for new developments.
Stop by the booth and learn how ProtoCAM can help with your professional 3D printing and additive manufacturing questions and projects. Of course, if you’re ready to move forward now, you can request a quote, get in touch to further discuss, or simply give us a call.