3-D CNC breaks ground in Hutchinson Industrial Park.
3-D CNC, Inc a machine tool and die manufacturer broke ground in the Hutchinson Industrial Park last week and plans are to have a new 6,000 square-foot plane operational by December 15 of this year, according to Randy Daque, Company CEO.
The new facility is expected to be four times the size of the company's current facility located at 106 Erie Street in Hutchinson.
The company began operations by incorporating on June 5, 1989. The two stockholders, Randy Dague and Robert Malone opened the business with the hoe of finding a niche in the computer numerical control of machine tool and die making and manufacturing.
The company's goal is to supply manufacturers with high quality, quick turn-around, precision tooling prototypes and short-run production. Specializing in three dimensional machining and four axis wire EDM.
The Hutchinson Community Development Corp has been working with 3-D CNC representatives for several months on the possibility of relocating to the Industrial Park.
On hand for the start of building at 3-D CNC's new facility in Hutchinson Industrial Park were (from left) Mary Beth Schaufler of HCDC, 3-D NCN employees Linda Duesterhoeft, Darin Opatz, Robert Malone, Randy Dague, Mayer Marlin Torgerson, Hutchinson Community Development Director Dick Lennes, Art Hagen of Raske Building Systems and Dave Hall of 3-D CNC. (Originally printed in the Hutchinson Leader. Staff photo by Richard Crawford.)