WAUSEON, Ohio—Wauseon Machine, Inc. (WM) will highlight its precision machining and fabrication capabilities at the Design-2-Part Southern New England Show in Uncasville, Connecticut, on April 24-25, 2024, the company said in a release.

The Design-2-Part (D2P) show will take place at the Mohegan Sun Exposition Center, where it will offer a unique platform for networking and collaboration. It is the only trade show in the region that exclusively features exhibitors specializing in design and contract manufacturing services.

With more than 100 CNC machines and a network of preferred partners specializing in metal fabrication, Wauseon Machine caters to both low- and high-volume production needs. The company’s  services include laser and die cutting, bending, forming, welding, coating, and assembly. Wauseon also provides a variety of robotic and custom automation systems, as well as tube forming technologies.

“We are thrilled to participate in the D2P conference and showcase our cutting-edge capabilities in precision machining and fabrication,” said Wauseon Machine Vice President of Operations William Johnson, in the release. “Our team looks forward to connecting with other attendees and demonstrating how our expertise can drive success for their future projects.”

Wauseon Machine started as a small contract machine shop in 1983. The company now has five plants, each with a separate focus, located in Wauseon, Ohio; Delta, Ohio; and Greenville, South Carolina.

Show attendees can learn more about the company’s manufacturing capabilities by visiting  Wauseon Machine at booth number 158A.