Jonathan Palmer, president of Autometrix Inc., agrees that there are labor concerns. “I’m not sure there’s a shortage of trainable employees, but they’re hard to find because there’s usually competition when you go to hire them. Finding people with the right basic skills and, perhaps most importantly, the right attitude is always the challenge.”
Autometrix is a manufacturing company in Nevada County that was founded on a passion for problem solving and making things easier. The company is still doing exactly that — producing cutting tables, digitizing tools, and software for global products and companies.
Autometrix’s motion control is fast and smooth, especially when it comes to complex shapes. Our machines utilize the latest materials to increase performance and maximize the lifespan of parts. To stay ahead of the competition, reliable industrial Ethernet communication is critical.
The live manufacturing experience at the IFAI Expo demonstrates the making of a duffel bag from start to finish, with a philanthropic twist: all bags will be donated to Raintree Children & Family Services, a nonprofit organization that assists at-risk children and youth in the greater New Orleans area.
We were featured in "Specialty Fabrics Review" magazine this month. Truy Pham, Automation Specialist for Autometrix, talks about how our solutions boost productivity in companies such as those featured with us.
Autometrix is a company that has a tradition of investing in talent growth and development. We understand that quality products are a direct result of quality personnel. Autometrix invests not only in their employees but also in their community. As a result, our customers directly reap the benefits when they receive high quality pattern software…