Q&A

Q&A with Ray Jaeger

How long has your company been in business? I spent 34 years working for a division of Allied Signal, and when they had the big...

Q&A with George Tahan

When was MicroCheck gear software first developed, and what does it do? We launched MicroCheck about 10 years ago, and it's a software program that...

Q&A with Robert L. Handwerk

How long has your company been in business, and what are your primary activities? We've been in business for the past nine years, and we...

Q&A with George Taylor

I would assume that Fairfield's wide range of capabilities, including its design/build services, allow you to feel fairly confident when you call on a...

Q&A with Carl Tarantino

I know that mG miniGears has been involved inmanufacturing powder-metal gears for nearly two decades now, but how did your company get involvedin working...

Q&A with Dave Pumphrey

Can you explain the idea behind NavCat? Sure. We knew that a lot of folks have 3-D CAD drawings or files in their engineering archives...

Q&A with Tom Kelly

In a down market, you've actually been able to increase Mitsubishi's market share in the United States over the past couple of years. How...

Q&A with Kurt Medert

How do you decide where to hold Gear Expo? AGMA has a Trade Show Advisory Council that's composed of exhibitorsãlarge and small gear manufacturers and...

Q&A with Norbert Weiss

Frenco is known worldwide as a premium manufacturer of spline and gear inspection equipment. Could you tell us a little about the company's history? Frenco...

Q&A with Chip Brettell

Could you tell me a little about your background and how you came into this industry? As a teenager, I worked summers at a company...

Q&A with Dan Seger

Could you tell me about the company's beginnings? Perry Technology Corporation, which was originally known as the T.M. Perry Company, was founded by Thomas M....

Q&A with Greg Allen

I understand that you're the sole U.S. distributor for Dragon Precision Tools. How did that come about? My first exposure to Dragon was in 1989....

Q&A with David Genest

I think it's fascinating that a metrology company has its roots in something so precise as watchmaking. Could you walk us through how the...

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