After the impactful presence at the Santa Clara D2P Show, Tech Etch is set to attend the upcoming Design 2 Part show in Minneapolis, MN. The show is set for the 21st & 22nd of June, 2022, at the Minneapolis Convention Center.

The Design 2 Part Shows have been making a difference for 40 years, promoting businesses for the American small part producers, connecting them with new clients, and expanding their reach. This has been an excellent framework for modest start-ups and major brands to demonstrate their technological and production capabilities. Prospective buyers can also optimize their requirements by evaluating parts and their prices.

The upcoming MN D2P show is expecting 125+ custom parts manufacturers. Metal, plastic, rubber, & electronics parts conjure up more than 300 categories, making it easier for potential clients to search for the product they’re looking for. Tech Etch has over five decades of expertise producing precision-engineered custom metal parts, flexible etched circuitry, and EMI/RFI shielding throughout their three facilities in the US (Plymouth, MA, Fall River, MA and Litchfield, MN), the upcoming show will be another opportunity for Tech Etch to showcase its innovation, quality, and precision.

Don’t forget to check out Tech Etch at booth 114!

About the Design 2 Part Show

Ben Edwards, the Founder, witnessed the emergence of globalization of manufacturing while serving in the United States Marine Corps. He was concerned about the effect this would have on America’s potential to remain a global leader in tech. That’s when he decided to make a profession out of promoting American manufacturing.

The Design-2-Part Exhibitions are America’s oldest contract production trade shows for sourcing custom parts, facilities, and innovation. For over 40 years, D2P has assisted OEMs in engaging regional and national job shops and contract manufacturers face-to-face at regional trade exhibitions across the United States to identify new vendors, learn new ideas, compare procedures, and optimize manufacturing costs. These shows feature CNC machining, sheet metal fabricating, stampings, castings, injection molding, prototyping, springs, finishing, packing, CAD/CAM software, assembly, etc.