Bill Waseleski shares how he solved his supply chain issue and remained competitive through free state resources, 3D printing, and the Advanced Technology Center.
Bill Waseleski hit a wall during his search for a replacement part. He wasn’t able to order it from the original manufacturer or anywhere else. The president of Century Spring Manufacturing Co. in Bristol was starting to worry that his shop’s productivity would take a dip if he didn’t find a replacement soon. READ MORE
Last year, Carlton Industries was struggling with outdated equipment that was slowing productivity. For this, they turned to Connecticut’s Money for Manufacturing program for support — matching grant voucher programs for manufacturing companies, powered by CCAT. We recently visited Carlton’s facility to talk with Vice President Weston See who oversees production and quality, to see how the company’s technology investments are going.
$100,000 to Connecticut manufacturers looking to infuse additive manufacturing into their production process. Applications accepted Jan. 1 – Feb. 29, 2024. Get started early on your application for this competitive program.
$14,000 for two qualified engineering interns (limited to those employers with less than 300 employees). A cohort-based internship for rising sophomore, junior and senior undergraduate students interested in computer science, finance, marketing, engineering and more. Click here for details and here to apply.