February 6, 2007
By: Scott Schmidt
Many manufacturers don't think that their companies qualify as researchers and developers. But with a little look into your company's everyday activities, you may find that you do conduct R&D - and possibly spend enough on R&D in a year to qualify for a tax credit.
At FABTECH, TRUMPF will display products to propel your business further into the lead including: the new TruBend Center which enables bend geometries not possible with a traditional panel bender, flexible automation concepts for laser cutting, punching and bending machines, and our new TruTops Boost software featuring all-in-one design and programming. Get the “Boost” that only TRUMPF can provide. Stop by and see us in Booth S1701. Visit our website.
Why scaling up may be tough in metal fabrication - by Tim Heston
Hefty competition usually drives companies to consolidate to achieve economies of scale. For metal fabrication, this rule may not apply.
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