1. PMPA Tech Talks

    PMPA is excited to announce a series of one-day regional seminars to help broaden the knowledge of your team.  PMPA Tech Talks will be held regionally in the Cleveland area, Minneapolis, and Charlotte, NC over the next couple months. Click Here for more info!

  2. Connecticut Chapter Suppliers Night 

    Get up close and personal with industry suppliers at the Connecticut Chapter Suppliers Night in Bristol, CT on November 14.   Industry-specific suppliers from across the country, plus technical presentations make for a must-attend event!  More info....here!

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    Membership Benefits

    PMPA members benefit from networking, resources, problem-solving, trends & benchmarking, legislative & regulatory updates, health & safety updates and national and local events.  See how a PMPA membership can help your business adapt & thrive!

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    New Member Offer - Trial Membership!

    JOIN PMPA!   Take advantage of PMPA's one-year trial membership promotion of $600.00 to U.S. and Canadian contract machining (‘active’) shops. Click here for more information

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Time Until 2014 Annual Meeting

  • October 10-13, 2019
    2019 Annual Meeting
    Bellagio Resort & Casino
    Las Vegas, NV
  • March 5-7, 2020
    2020 Update Conference
    InterContinental Buckhead Atlanta
    Atlanta, GA
  • May 3-5, 2020
    2020 National Technical Conference
    Pfister Hotel
    Milwaukee, WI

Videos & Photos

    Absolute Machines LICO 42mm Pickoff Spindle on LNT 36-4S CNC Screw Machine in Mason Technical Center


    2019 National Technical Conference in Cleveland

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    Fredi Lajvardi - Keynote Speaker
    Fredi Lajvardi - Keynote Speaker

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