On Saturday, October 19, at 10:00AM Mac Metals Inc. and the Northeast Chapter of NOMMA (National Ornamental and Miscellaneous Metals Association) will be hold a Mill Open House jointly with a NOMMA meeting. Please join us for a mill tour, cap rail joining demonstration and an opportunity to learn about the benefits of NOMMA membership.
About Mac Metals
Mac Metals Inc. maintains a reputation in the marketplace as a “specialty brass mill” providing custom architectural metals to architects, general contractors, original equipment manufacturers, machine shops and architectural and ornamental metal fabricators that require custom extrusions made of brass, bronze and nickel silver.
About NOMMA (National Ornamental and Miscellaneous Metals Association)
NOMMA, The National Ornamental and Miscellaneous Metals Association, is the trade association of the ornamental and miscellaneous metalworking industry. Founded in 1958, our nearly 700 members fabricate everything from beautiful railings and driveway gates to structural and industrial products. NOMMA has a proud tradition of providing industry education. We constantly educate you and your employees through chapter meetings, our annual METALfab conference, continuing education programs, roundtable conference calls, the ListServ, website support areas, newsletters, Fabricator magazine, and more!
The meeting begins at 10:00AM. Enjoy a cup of coffee and network with Mac Metals customers and suppliers and NOMMA members from your area. Mill tours (in groups of 10) will be given between 10:00 and 12:00. Maciej Jankowsky of Artistic Iron Works and Philippe Fiers of Armadillo Metal Works will be presenters demonstrating joining methods for bronze cap rail. Lunch will be served at the conclusion of the tours and demonstrations.
If you would like to attend this open house, please confirm attendees via email to: Mark Sisson at firstname.lastname@example.org before October 10th. Mac Metals is a Specialty Brass Mill located at 936 Harrison Avenue in Kearny, New Jersey 07032. For more information please contact Mr. Mark Sisson at 630-303-2222.