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"The 'Time is now' for manufacturing", said Alison Lands, Senior Manager in Delloite's  Strategy and Operations practice at last weeks 13th Annual Governor's Advanced Manufacturing and High Technology Summit in Manchester, New Hampshire. Lands went on to say, "New England has the potential to be a world-class manufacturing cluster".

W.H. Bagshaw has been promoting this optimistic message for years. We have also been addressing the skills gap that is holding back New Hampshire's manufacturing industry (August e-letter) by strongly advocating for, and actively volunteering in, the development of STEM (science, technology, engineering, mathematics) skills with our school-aged population.

New Hampshire Governor Maggie Hassan talked about the ways she is working on "innovative ways to reach students at a young age".  One of our customers, New Hampshire Ball Bearing (NHBB), is participating in one of these innovative programs with ConVal Regional High School. In January, ConVal will launch an "Advanced Manufacturing Principles" course for 8-12 juniors and seniors, who will spend a couple days a week at NHBB learning about manufacturing.  READ MORE about this innovative STEM education program and feel free to reach out to learn how to get involved with these efforts in your community.
October Part of The Month
Stainless shaft adapter used for the motion solutions industry.

Dimensions: .232 x 1.30 long
Material: 303 stainless steel
Features: .047 thru hole, flats on tip and .118 diameter bore on head
Surface finish 1.6 Ra

"What's So Cool About Manufacturing?".
New Hampshire's middle school students are challenged to explore what goes on in their local companies through the "What's So Cool About Manufacturing?" video contest. Governor Maggie Hassan released the names earlier this year of the winners of the 1st annual contest. Our local school, Fairgrounds Junior High School of Nashua, was one of the 3 winners! Check out the Award winning video!  Wouldn't this be great to see as a nation-wide contest?

Make it happen!