75 Years Made Strong.
M.W. Rowell was the first salaried executive that went around the country to see if he could get interest in forming a national group.
NTDMA was Formed
1,000 Member Mark
NTDPMA received the Grand Award from the Society of American Trade Association Executives for outstanding service to the industry.
NTDPMA set up its first group insurance program for member companies.
Published its first "Business Management Aids" to the industry.
Tool and Die Industry aids the National Defense by producing the M-60 machine gun.
Association's name changes to the National Tool and Die Precision Manufacturers Association (NTDPMA).
Formation of the first International Tool and Die Conference Tour.
First NTDPMA Department of Labor apprentice training program launched. The program began with 45 men starting 12 weeks of classroom work.
The first three training publications were created; mathematics, machine shop theory and blueprint reading.
NTDPMA Became a 501(c)6
Signed a $521,000 contract authorized by the DOL for expanded NTMPMA-administered apprentice training programs. Biggest on-the-job training contractor in the United States.
Signed new contact with DOL for $2.6 million.
First BUYER'S GUIDE was published.
Name changed to the National Tooling & Machining Association.
National Tooling & Machining Foundation (NTMF) created.
Moved headquarters back to Cleveland, Ohio.
National Robotics League (NRL) was created.