Upcoming Trade Shows
CDS 2020 – Chicago Dental Society
February 20th-22nd , 2020
McCormick Place, Chicago, IL
Lab day chicago
February 21th-22nd , 2020
Hyatt Regency Chicago, Chicago, IL
dlat southwest conference & expo
March 27th-28th , 2020
Hilton DFW Lakes Executive Conference Center, Grapevine, TX
Invested in Our Community
Mastercut Tool sponsors and participates in a number of community events, including the annual Manufacturing 5K, Manufacturing Day, and the American Manufacturing Skills Initiative apprenticeship program. Read below for more on how Mastercut’s community involvement benefits their region by providing jobs, apprenticeships, and scholarships that pave the way for the future of manufacturing. You can also read more about Michael Shaluly’s entrepreneurial spirit and the awards he’s received for his community leadership.
Annual Manufacturing 5K:
Run, Walk, or Paddle for Education
The 5th Annual Manufacturing 5K Run or Walk for Education will be held on Sunday, October 27, 2019. This is a chip timed running event (certified 5K course) that will run on the roads of Safety Harbor. The course will provide stunning views and an opportunity to run a personal best time! Participants will receive: Participant T-Shirt, Bib, Timing Chip, Finisher Medal, & post race snacks. Awards will be given to the top 3 overall Male & Female runners in the 5K. The Manufacturing 5K is Presented by Mastercut Tool Corp. and the Shaluly Foundation, LLC.
Thank you for showing your support for Manufacturing Education. Our first four 5K races have netted over $90,000 in scholarships for deserving engineering and manufacturing workplace students. By investing in education today, you are expanding students’ options for successful tomorrows! Recipients of this year’s race proceeds include: BAMA, SME, Upper Tampa Bay Education Foundation, AmSkills and Nuts, Bolts & Thinagmajigs.
As part of Manufacturing Day 2019, Mastercut was one of many companies across the nation opening its doors for student tours.
American Manufacturing Skills Initiative
Michael Shaluly brings together members of the community for the American Manufacturing Skills Initiative, an apprenticeship program patterned after the successful German system that has been in use for decades there. He has also been an AMskills Advisory Council Member.