Aztalan Engineering is making strides in 2014, and one important stride is the continuation of the Aztalan team focus group training sessions with Nalani Services. A focus group is a form of qualitative research with a group of people to connect, collaborate, and explore new ideas to an old problem. Common focus group topics may include uncovering opportunities relating to strategic planning, marketing, market diversification, or cultural initiatives to improve upon an existing solution.
SPREAD SOME CHEER THIS HOLIDAY SEASON
If you reflect on your own life and recall what it meant to receive a toy at Christmas, you cannot help but realize the positive impact that a new toy had on your life. Concurrently, you can imagine how devastating it would have been to receive nothing while all your friends received a new toy. The main objectives of Toys for Tots are:
- To help less fortunate children throughout the United States experience the joy of Christmas
- To play an active role in the development of one of our nation’s most valuable resources – our children
- To unite all members of local communities in a common cause for three months each year during the annual toy collection and distribution campaign
(Lake Mills, WI) Aztalan Engineering has installed a new Tsugami SS32, a 32mm capacity Swiss lathe.
“We are continuing to acquire equipment for our Swiss turning cell to give us the capability to serve our customers from micro-machining up to 32mm parts that need the sophistication, speed, and precision of Swiss turning technology,” explained Kirk Kussman, Aztalan Engineering’s Sales & Marketing Director.
Aztalan Engineering announced the installation of a new Okuma Twin Star LT 2000 EX — Okuma’s latest opposed Twin Spindle turning center in the 6-inch chuck class. The new equipment features two 16-station turrets with multifunction bolt-on tool holders for superior rigidity and live tooling on the Y axis. In addition, Okuma’s Thermo-Friendly is a structurally designed, thermal deformation compensation system that provides astonishing machining accuracy.
Aztalan Engineering Completes ITAR Registration
(Lake Mills, WI) Aztalan Engineering, a leading manufacturer of precision machined parts and assemblies, announced that they have received their International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) Registration.
ITAR is a program directed by the US Department of State to regulate the export and import of U.S. military and defense-related equipment and information. Companies receiving this certification must have the knowledge and understanding to fully comply with ITAR regulations and demonstrate that they have implemented corporate procedures and controls to ensure compliance. The ITAR Registration means that Intec is able to fully support military and defense-related projects in the United States.