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A great summary of the online resources available and how Industrial Interface complements all of them....

A great summary of the online resources available and how Industrial Interface complements all of them.

All presented from the view of a Technical Supplier to the Medical, Aerospace, Automotive, Electronics, and Consumer product industries.

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  • When I was a manufacturing engineer, I spent hours every single day looking for new suppliers. Our research tells us that engineers across every single industry of manufacturing spend 25% of their time shopping for suppliers. Engineers design stuff, they&apos;re not supposed to be shoppers. Just yesterday an engineer used our system and was on the phone with a relevant supplier... who he is now pursuing business with... within 6 minutes of visiting our site. How incredible is that? <br /> <br />
  • Industrial Interface is the quickest, easiest, and most efficient way for engineers to find industrial products and services. An engineer posts a project to our website, we notify relevant suppliers of the sales opportunity, and sometimes within minutes, the engineer is collaborating with a supplier who has a solution. Suppliers can review all the technical details of the leads we share with them, but the posting engineer remains anonymous. When suppliers find sales opportunities that are a good fit for their business, they pay us for the engineer&#x2019;s contact information. <br /> <br /> Our customer base is two sided&#x2013;Engineers and Suppliers. <br /> The engineering side includes anyone who sources industrial products and services. This group includes degreed engineers, technicians, purchasing agents, project managers, manufacturing supervisors, maintenance personnel, among others. They currently rely heavily on past experience with suppliers or dated online industrial directories to find products and services for their projects. It literally takes weeks or months for an engineer to find an appropriate supplier for a particular need. <br /> The supplier side includes anyone who sells industrial products and services. This group includes sales reps and sales engineers at manufacturers and rep groups. These salespeople currently must sift through endless cold leads to find a single sales opportunity. This is because current industrial marketing avenues cost a lot of money upfront and don&#x2019;t guarantee any value over time. <br />
  • Industrial Interface is the quickest, easiest, and most efficient way for engineers to find industrial products and services. An engineer posts a project to our website, we notify relevant suppliers of the sales opportunity, and sometimes within minutes, the engineer is collaborating with a supplier who has a solution. Suppliers can review all the technical details of the leads we share with them, but the posting engineer remains anonymous. When suppliers find sales opportunities that are a good fit for their business, they pay us for the engineer&#x2019;s contact information. <br /> <br /> Our customer base is two sided&#x2013;Engineers and Suppliers. <br /> The engineering side includes anyone who sources industrial products and services. This group includes degreed engineers, technicians, purchasing agents, project managers, manufacturing supervisors, maintenance personnel, among others. They currently rely heavily on past experience with suppliers or dated online industrial directories to find products and services for their projects. It literally takes weeks or months for an engineer to find an appropriate supplier for a particular need. <br /> The supplier side includes anyone who sells industrial products and services. This group includes sales reps and sales engineers at manufacturers and rep groups. These salespeople currently must sift through endless cold leads to find a single sales opportunity. This is because current industrial marketing avenues cost a lot of money upfront and don&#x2019;t guarantee any value over time. <br />
  • Industrial Interface is the quickest, easiest, and most efficient way for engineers to find industrial products and services. An engineer posts a project to our website, we notify relevant suppliers of the sales opportunity, and sometimes within minutes, the engineer is collaborating with a supplier who has a solution. Suppliers can review all the technical details of the leads we share with them, but the posting engineer remains anonymous. When suppliers find sales opportunities that are a good fit for their business, they pay us for the engineer&#x2019;s contact information. <br /> <br /> Our customer base is two sided&#x2013;Engineers and Suppliers. <br /> The engineering side includes anyone who sources industrial products and services. This group includes degreed engineers, technicians, purchasing agents, project managers, manufacturing supervisors, maintenance personnel, among others. They currently rely heavily on past experience with suppliers or dated online industrial directories to find products and services for their projects. It literally takes weeks or months for an engineer to find an appropriate supplier for a particular need. <br /> The supplier side includes anyone who sells industrial products and services. This group includes sales reps and sales engineers at manufacturers and rep groups. These salespeople currently must sift through endless cold leads to find a single sales opportunity. This is because current industrial marketing avenues cost a lot of money upfront and don&#x2019;t guarantee any value over time. <br />
  • Industrial Interface is the quickest, easiest, and most efficient way for engineers to find industrial products and services. An engineer posts a project to our website, we notify relevant suppliers of the sales opportunity, and sometimes within minutes, the engineer is collaborating with a supplier who has a solution. Suppliers can review all the technical details of the leads we share with them, but the posting engineer remains anonymous. When suppliers find sales opportunities that are a good fit for their business, they pay us for the engineer&#x2019;s contact information. <br /> <br /> Our customer base is two sided&#x2013;Engineers and Suppliers. <br /> The engineering side includes anyone who sources industrial products and services. This group includes degreed engineers, technicians, purchasing agents, project managers, manufacturing supervisors, maintenance personnel, among others. They currently rely heavily on past experience with suppliers or dated online industrial directories to find products and services for their projects. It literally takes weeks or months for an engineer to find an appropriate supplier for a particular need. <br /> The supplier side includes anyone who sells industrial products and services. This group includes sales reps and sales engineers at manufacturers and rep groups. These salespeople currently must sift through endless cold leads to find a single sales opportunity. This is because current industrial marketing avenues cost a lot of money upfront and don&#x2019;t guarantee any value over time. <br />
  • Industrial Interface is the quickest, easiest, and most efficient way for engineers to find industrial products and services. An engineer posts a project to our website, we notify relevant suppliers of the sales opportunity, and sometimes within minutes, the engineer is collaborating with a supplier who has a solution. Suppliers can review all the technical details of the leads we share with them, but the posting engineer remains anonymous. When suppliers find sales opportunities that are a good fit for their business, they pay us for the engineer&#x2019;s contact information. <br /> <br /> Our customer base is two sided&#x2013;Engineers and Suppliers. <br /> The engineering side includes anyone who sources industrial products and services. This group includes degreed engineers, technicians, purchasing agents, project managers, manufacturing supervisors, maintenance personnel, among others. They currently rely heavily on past experience with suppliers or dated online industrial directories to find products and services for their projects. It literally takes weeks or months for an engineer to find an appropriate supplier for a particular need. <br /> The supplier side includes anyone who sells industrial products and services. This group includes sales reps and sales engineers at manufacturers and rep groups. These salespeople currently must sift through endless cold leads to find a single sales opportunity. This is because current industrial marketing avenues cost a lot of money upfront and don&#x2019;t guarantee any value over time. <br />
  • Industrial Interface is the quickest, easiest, and most efficient way for engineers to find industrial products and services. An engineer posts a project to our website, we notify relevant suppliers of the sales opportunity, and sometimes within minutes, the engineer is collaborating with a supplier who has a solution. Suppliers can review all the technical details of the leads we share with them, but the posting engineer remains anonymous. When suppliers find sales opportunities that are a good fit for their business, they pay us for the engineer&#x2019;s contact information. <br /> <br /> Our customer base is two sided&#x2013;Engineers and Suppliers. <br /> The engineering side includes anyone who sources industrial products and services. This group includes degreed engineers, technicians, purchasing agents, project managers, manufacturing supervisors, maintenance personnel, among others. They currently rely heavily on past experience with suppliers or dated online industrial directories to find products and services for their projects. It literally takes weeks or months for an engineer to find an appropriate supplier for a particular need. <br /> The supplier side includes anyone who sells industrial products and services. This group includes sales reps and sales engineers at manufacturers and rep groups. These salespeople currently must sift through endless cold leads to find a single sales opportunity. This is because current industrial marketing avenues cost a lot of money upfront and don&#x2019;t guarantee any value over time. <br />
  • Industrial Interface is the quickest, easiest, and most efficient way for engineers to find industrial products and services. An engineer posts a project to our website, we notify relevant suppliers of the sales opportunity, and sometimes within minutes, the engineer is collaborating with a supplier who has a solution. Suppliers can review all the technical details of the leads we share with them, but the posting engineer remains anonymous. When suppliers find sales opportunities that are a good fit for their business, they pay us for the engineer&#x2019;s contact information. <br /> <br /> Our customer base is two sided&#x2013;Engineers and Suppliers. <br /> The engineering side includes anyone who sources industrial products and services. This group includes degreed engineers, technicians, purchasing agents, project managers, manufacturing supervisors, maintenance personnel, among others. They currently rely heavily on past experience with suppliers or dated online industrial directories to find products and services for their projects. It literally takes weeks or months for an engineer to find an appropriate supplier for a particular need. <br /> The supplier side includes anyone who sells industrial products and services. This group includes sales reps and sales engineers at manufacturers and rep groups. These salespeople currently must sift through endless cold leads to find a single sales opportunity. This is because current industrial marketing avenues cost a lot of money upfront and don&#x2019;t guarantee any value over time. <br />
  • Industrial Interface is the quickest, easiest, and most efficient way for engineers to find industrial products and services. An engineer posts a project to our website, we notify relevant suppliers of the sales opportunity, and sometimes within minutes, the engineer is collaborating with a supplier who has a solution. Suppliers can review all the technical details of the leads we share with them, but the posting engineer remains anonymous. When suppliers find sales opportunities that are a good fit for their business, they pay us for the engineer&#x2019;s contact information. <br /> <br /> Our customer base is two sided&#x2013;Engineers and Suppliers. <br /> The engineering side includes anyone who sources industrial products and services. This group includes degreed engineers, technicians, purchasing agents, project managers, manufacturing supervisors, maintenance personnel, among others. They currently rely heavily on past experience with suppliers or dated online industrial directories to find products and services for their projects. It literally takes weeks or months for an engineer to find an appropriate supplier for a particular need. <br /> The supplier side includes anyone who sells industrial products and services. This group includes sales reps and sales engineers at manufacturers and rep groups. These salespeople currently must sift through endless cold leads to find a single sales opportunity. This is because current industrial marketing avenues cost a lot of money upfront and don&#x2019;t guarantee any value over time. <br />
  • Industrial Interface is the quickest, easiest, and most efficient way for engineers to find industrial products and services. An engineer posts a project to our website, we notify relevant suppliers of the sales opportunity, and sometimes within minutes, the engineer is collaborating with a supplier who has a solution. Suppliers can review all the technical details of the leads we share with them, but the posting engineer remains anonymous. When suppliers find sales opportunities that are a good fit for their business, they pay us for the engineer&#x2019;s contact information. <br /> <br /> Our customer base is two sided&#x2013;Engineers and Suppliers. <br /> The engineering side includes anyone who sources industrial products and services. This group includes degreed engineers, technicians, purchasing agents, project managers, manufacturing supervisors, maintenance personnel, among others. They currently rely heavily on past experience with suppliers or dated online industrial directories to find products and services for their projects. It literally takes weeks or months for an engineer to find an appropriate supplier for a particular need. <br /> The supplier side includes anyone who sells industrial products and services. This group includes sales reps and sales engineers at manufacturers and rep groups. These salespeople currently must sift through endless cold leads to find a single sales opportunity. This is because current industrial marketing avenues cost a lot of money upfront and don&#x2019;t guarantee any value over time. <br />
  • Industrial Interface is the quickest, easiest, and most efficient way for engineers to find industrial products and services. An engineer posts a project to our website, we notify relevant suppliers of the sales opportunity, and sometimes within minutes, the engineer is collaborating with a supplier who has a solution. Suppliers can review all the technical details of the leads we share with them, but the posting engineer remains anonymous. When suppliers find sales opportunities that are a good fit for their business, they pay us for the engineer&#x2019;s contact information. <br /> <br /> Our customer base is two sided&#x2013;Engineers and Suppliers. <br /> The engineering side includes anyone who sources industrial products and services. This group includes degreed engineers, technicians, purchasing agents, project managers, manufacturing supervisors, maintenance personnel, among others. They currently rely heavily on past experience with suppliers or dated online industrial directories to find products and services for their projects. It literally takes weeks or months for an engineer to find an appropriate supplier for a particular need. <br /> The supplier side includes anyone who sells industrial products and services. This group includes sales reps and sales engineers at manufacturers and rep groups. These salespeople currently must sift through endless cold leads to find a single sales opportunity. This is because current industrial marketing avenues cost a lot of money upfront and don&#x2019;t guarantee any value over time. <br />
  • Industrial Interface is the quickest, easiest, and most efficient way for engineers to find industrial products and services. An engineer posts a project to our website, we notify relevant suppliers of the sales opportunity, and sometimes within minutes, the engineer is collaborating with a supplier who has a solution. Suppliers can review all the technical details of the leads we share with them, but the posting engineer remains anonymous. When suppliers find sales opportunities that are a good fit for their business, they pay us for the engineer&#x2019;s contact information. <br /> <br /> Our customer base is two sided&#x2013;Engineers and Suppliers. <br /> The engineering side includes anyone who sources industrial products and services. This group includes degreed engineers, technicians, purchasing agents, project managers, manufacturing supervisors, maintenance personnel, among others. They currently rely heavily on past experience with suppliers or dated online industrial directories to find products and services for their projects. It literally takes weeks or months for an engineer to find an appropriate supplier for a particular need. <br /> The supplier side includes anyone who sells industrial products and services. This group includes sales reps and sales engineers at manufacturers and rep groups. These salespeople currently must sift through endless cold leads to find a single sales opportunity. This is because current industrial marketing avenues cost a lot of money upfront and don&#x2019;t guarantee any value over time. <br />
  • Industrial Interface is the quickest, easiest, and most efficient way for engineers to find industrial products and services. An engineer posts a project to our website, we notify relevant suppliers of the sales opportunity, and sometimes within minutes, the engineer is collaborating with a supplier who has a solution. Suppliers can review all the technical details of the leads we share with them, but the posting engineer remains anonymous. When suppliers find sales opportunities that are a good fit for their business, they pay us for the engineer&#x2019;s contact information. <br /> <br /> Our customer base is two sided&#x2013;Engineers and Suppliers. <br /> The engineering side includes anyone who sources industrial products and services. This group includes degreed engineers, technicians, purchasing agents, project managers, manufacturing supervisors, maintenance personnel, among others. They currently rely heavily on past experience with suppliers or dated online industrial directories to find products and services for their projects. It literally takes weeks or months for an engineer to find an appropriate supplier for a particular need. <br /> The supplier side includes anyone who sells industrial products and services. This group includes sales reps and sales engineers at manufacturers and rep groups. These salespeople currently must sift through endless cold leads to find a single sales opportunity. This is because current industrial marketing avenues cost a lot of money upfront and don&#x2019;t guarantee any value over time. <br />
  • Industrial Interface is the quickest, easiest, and most efficient way for engineers to find industrial products and services. An engineer posts a project to our website, we notify relevant suppliers of the sales opportunity, and sometimes within minutes, the engineer is collaborating with a supplier who has a solution. Suppliers can review all the technical details of the leads we share with them, but the posting engineer remains anonymous. When suppliers find sales opportunities that are a good fit for their business, they pay us for the engineer&#x2019;s contact information. <br /> <br /> Our customer base is two sided&#x2013;Engineers and Suppliers. <br /> The engineering side includes anyone who sources industrial products and services. This group includes degreed engineers, technicians, purchasing agents, project managers, manufacturing supervisors, maintenance personnel, among others. They currently rely heavily on past experience with suppliers or dated online industrial directories to find products and services for their projects. It literally takes weeks or months for an engineer to find an appropriate supplier for a particular need. <br /> The supplier side includes anyone who sells industrial products and services. This group includes sales reps and sales engineers at manufacturers and rep groups. These salespeople currently must sift through endless cold leads to find a single sales opportunity. This is because current industrial marketing avenues cost a lot of money upfront and don&#x2019;t guarantee any value over time. <br />
  • Industrial Interface is the quickest, easiest, and most efficient way for engineers to find industrial products and services. An engineer posts a project to our website, we notify relevant suppliers of the sales opportunity, and sometimes within minutes, the engineer is collaborating with a supplier who has a solution. Suppliers can review all the technical details of the leads we share with them, but the posting engineer remains anonymous. When suppliers find sales opportunities that are a good fit for their business, they pay us for the engineer&#x2019;s contact information. <br /> <br /> Our customer base is two sided&#x2013;Engineers and Suppliers. <br /> The engineering side includes anyone who sources industrial products and services. This group includes degreed engineers, technicians, purchasing agents, project managers, manufacturing supervisors, maintenance personnel, among others. They currently rely heavily on past experience with suppliers or dated online industrial directories to find products and services for their projects. It literally takes weeks or months for an engineer to find an appropriate supplier for a particular need. <br /> The supplier side includes anyone who sells industrial products and services. This group includes sales reps and sales engineers at manufacturers and rep groups. These salespeople currently must sift through endless cold leads to find a single sales opportunity. This is because current industrial marketing avenues cost a lot of money upfront and don&#x2019;t guarantee any value over time. <br />
  • Industrial Interface is the quickest, easiest, and most efficient way for engineers to find industrial products and services. An engineer posts a project to our website, we notify relevant suppliers of the sales opportunity, and sometimes within minutes, the engineer is collaborating with a supplier who has a solution. Suppliers can review all the technical details of the leads we share with them, but the posting engineer remains anonymous. When suppliers find sales opportunities that are a good fit for their business, they pay us for the engineer&#x2019;s contact information. <br /> <br /> Our customer base is two sided&#x2013;Engineers and Suppliers. <br /> The engineering side includes anyone who sources industrial products and services. This group includes degreed engineers, technicians, purchasing agents, project managers, manufacturing supervisors, maintenance personnel, among others. They currently rely heavily on past experience with suppliers or dated online industrial directories to find products and services for their projects. It literally takes weeks or months for an engineer to find an appropriate supplier for a particular need. <br /> The supplier side includes anyone who sells industrial products and services. This group includes sales reps and sales engineers at manufacturers and rep groups. These salespeople currently must sift through endless cold leads to find a single sales opportunity. This is because current industrial marketing avenues cost a lot of money upfront and don&#x2019;t guarantee any value over time. <br />
  • Industrial Interface is the quickest, easiest, and most efficient way for engineers to find industrial products and services. An engineer posts a project to our website, we notify relevant suppliers of the sales opportunity, and sometimes within minutes, the engineer is collaborating with a supplier who has a solution. Suppliers can review all the technical details of the leads we share with them, but the posting engineer remains anonymous. When suppliers find sales opportunities that are a good fit for their business, they pay us for the engineer&#x2019;s contact information. <br /> <br /> Our customer base is two sided&#x2013;Engineers and Suppliers. <br /> The engineering side includes anyone who sources industrial products and services. This group includes degreed engineers, technicians, purchasing agents, project managers, manufacturing supervisors, maintenance personnel, among others. They currently rely heavily on past experience with suppliers or dated online industrial directories to find products and services for their projects. It literally takes weeks or months for an engineer to find an appropriate supplier for a particular need. <br /> The supplier side includes anyone who sells industrial products and services. This group includes sales reps and sales engineers at manufacturers and rep groups. These salespeople currently must sift through endless cold leads to find a single sales opportunity. This is because current industrial marketing avenues cost a lot of money upfront and don&#x2019;t guarantee any value over time. <br />
  • Industrial Interface is the quickest, easiest, and most efficient way for engineers to find industrial products and services. An engineer posts a project to our website, we notify relevant suppliers of the sales opportunity, and sometimes within minutes, the engineer is collaborating with a supplier who has a solution. Suppliers can review all the technical details of the leads we share with them, but the posting engineer remains anonymous. When suppliers find sales opportunities that are a good fit for their business, they pay us for the engineer&#x2019;s contact information. <br /> <br /> Our customer base is two sided&#x2013;Engineers and Suppliers. <br /> The engineering side includes anyone who sources industrial products and services. This group includes degreed engineers, technicians, purchasing agents, project managers, manufacturing supervisors, maintenance personnel, among others. They currently rely heavily on past experience with suppliers or dated online industrial directories to find products and services for their projects. It literally takes weeks or months for an engineer to find an appropriate supplier for a particular need. <br /> The supplier side includes anyone who sells industrial products and services. This group includes sales reps and sales engineers at manufacturers and rep groups. These salespeople currently must sift through endless cold leads to find a single sales opportunity. This is because current industrial marketing avenues cost a lot of money upfront and don&#x2019;t guarantee any value over time. <br />
  • Industrial Interface is the quickest, easiest, and most efficient way for engineers to find industrial products and services. An engineer posts a project to our website, we notify relevant suppliers of the sales opportunity, and sometimes within minutes, the engineer is collaborating with a supplier who has a solution. Suppliers can review all the technical details of the leads we share with them, but the posting engineer remains anonymous. When suppliers find sales opportunities that are a good fit for their business, they pay us for the engineer&#x2019;s contact information. <br /> <br /> Our customer base is two sided&#x2013;Engineers and Suppliers. <br /> The engineering side includes anyone who sources industrial products and services. This group includes degreed engineers, technicians, purchasing agents, project managers, manufacturing supervisors, maintenance personnel, among others. They currently rely heavily on past experience with suppliers or dated online industrial directories to find products and services for their projects. It literally takes weeks or months for an engineer to find an appropriate supplier for a particular need. <br /> The supplier side includes anyone who sells industrial products and services. This group includes sales reps and sales engineers at manufacturers and rep groups. These salespeople currently must sift through endless cold leads to find a single sales opportunity. This is because current industrial marketing avenues cost a lot of money upfront and don&#x2019;t guarantee any value over time. <br />
  • Industrial Interface is the quickest, easiest, and most efficient way for engineers to find industrial products and services. An engineer posts a project to our website, we notify relevant suppliers of the sales opportunity, and sometimes within minutes, the engineer is collaborating with a supplier who has a solution. Suppliers can review all the technical details of the leads we share with them, but the posting engineer remains anonymous. When suppliers find sales opportunities that are a good fit for their business, they pay us for the engineer&#x2019;s contact information. <br /> <br /> Our customer base is two sided&#x2013;Engineers and Suppliers. <br /> The engineering side includes anyone who sources industrial products and services. This group includes degreed engineers, technicians, purchasing agents, project managers, manufacturing supervisors, maintenance personnel, among others. They currently rely heavily on past experience with suppliers or dated online industrial directories to find products and services for their projects. It literally takes weeks or months for an engineer to find an appropriate supplier for a particular need. <br /> The supplier side includes anyone who sells industrial products and services. This group includes sales reps and sales engineers at manufacturers and rep groups. These salespeople currently must sift through endless cold leads to find a single sales opportunity. This is because current industrial marketing avenues cost a lot of money upfront and don&#x2019;t guarantee any value over time. <br />
  • Industrial Interface is the quickest, easiest, and most efficient way for engineers to find industrial products and services. An engineer posts a project to our website, we notify relevant suppliers of the sales opportunity, and sometimes within minutes, the engineer is collaborating with a supplier who has a solution. Suppliers can review all the technical details of the leads we share with them, but the posting engineer remains anonymous. When suppliers find sales opportunities that are a good fit for their business, they pay us for the engineer&#x2019;s contact information. <br /> <br /> Our customer base is two sided&#x2013;Engineers and Suppliers. <br /> The engineering side includes anyone who sources industrial products and services. This group includes degreed engineers, technicians, purchasing agents, project managers, manufacturing supervisors, maintenance personnel, among others. They currently rely heavily on past experience with suppliers or dated online industrial directories to find products and services for their projects. It literally takes weeks or months for an engineer to find an appropriate supplier for a particular need. <br /> The supplier side includes anyone who sells industrial products and services. This group includes sales reps and sales engineers at manufacturers and rep groups. These salespeople currently must sift through endless cold leads to find a single sales opportunity. This is because current industrial marketing avenues cost a lot of money upfront and don&#x2019;t guarantee any value over time. <br />
  • Industrial Interface is the quickest, easiest, and most efficient way for engineers to find industrial products and services. An engineer posts a project to our website, we notify relevant suppliers of the sales opportunity, and sometimes within minutes, the engineer is collaborating with a supplier who has a solution. Suppliers can review all the technical details of the leads we share with them, but the posting engineer remains anonymous. When suppliers find sales opportunities that are a good fit for their business, they pay us for the engineer&#x2019;s contact information. <br /> <br /> Our customer base is two sided&#x2013;Engineers and Suppliers. <br /> The engineering side includes anyone who sources industrial products and services. This group includes degreed engineers, technicians, purchasing agents, project managers, manufacturing supervisors, maintenance personnel, among others. They currently rely heavily on past experience with suppliers or dated online industrial directories to find products and services for their projects. It literally takes weeks or months for an engineer to find an appropriate supplier for a particular need. <br /> The supplier side includes anyone who sells industrial products and services. This group includes sales reps and sales engineers at manufacturers and rep groups. These salespeople currently must sift through endless cold leads to find a single sales opportunity. This is because current industrial marketing avenues cost a lot of money upfront and don&#x2019;t guarantee any value over time. <br />
  • Industrial Interface is the quickest, easiest, and most efficient way for engineers to find industrial products and services. An engineer posts a project to our website, we notify relevant suppliers of the sales opportunity, and sometimes within minutes, the engineer is collaborating with a supplier who has a solution. Suppliers can review all the technical details of the leads we share with them, but the posting engineer remains anonymous. When suppliers find sales opportunities that are a good fit for their business, they pay us for the engineer&#x2019;s contact information. <br /> <br /> Our customer base is two sided&#x2013;Engineers and Suppliers. <br /> The engineering side includes anyone who sources industrial products and services. This group includes degreed engineers, technicians, purchasing agents, project managers, manufacturing supervisors, maintenance personnel, among others. They currently rely heavily on past experience with suppliers or dated online industrial directories to find products and services for their projects. It literally takes weeks or months for an engineer to find an appropriate supplier for a particular need. <br /> The supplier side includes anyone who sells industrial products and services. This group includes sales reps and sales engineers at manufacturers and rep groups. These salespeople currently must sift through endless cold leads to find a single sales opportunity. This is because current industrial marketing avenues cost a lot of money upfront and don&#x2019;t guarantee any value over time. <br />
  • Industrial Interface is the quickest, easiest, and most efficient way for engineers to find industrial products and services. An engineer posts a project to our website, we notify relevant suppliers of the sales opportunity, and sometimes within minutes, the engineer is collaborating with a supplier who has a solution. Suppliers can review all the technical details of the leads we share with them, but the posting engineer remains anonymous. When suppliers find sales opportunities that are a good fit for their business, they pay us for the engineer&#x2019;s contact information. <br /> <br /> Our customer base is two sided&#x2013;Engineers and Suppliers. <br /> The engineering side includes anyone who sources industrial products and services. This group includes degreed engineers, technicians, purchasing agents, project managers, manufacturing supervisors, maintenance personnel, among others. They currently rely heavily on past experience with suppliers or dated online industrial directories to find products and services for their projects. It literally takes weeks or months for an engineer to find an appropriate supplier for a particular need. <br /> The supplier side includes anyone who sells industrial products and services. This group includes sales reps and sales engineers at manufacturers and rep groups. These salespeople currently must sift through endless cold leads to find a single sales opportunity. This is because current industrial marketing avenues cost a lot of money upfront and don&#x2019;t guarantee any value over time. <br />
  • Industrial Interface is the quickest, easiest, and most efficient way for engineers to find industrial products and services. An engineer posts a project to our website, we notify relevant suppliers of the sales opportunity, and sometimes within minutes, the engineer is collaborating with a supplier who has a solution. Suppliers can review all the technical details of the leads we share with them, but the posting engineer remains anonymous. When suppliers find sales opportunities that are a good fit for their business, they pay us for the engineer&#x2019;s contact information. <br /> <br /> Our customer base is two sided&#x2013;Engineers and Suppliers. <br /> The engineering side includes anyone who sources industrial products and services. This group includes degreed engineers, technicians, purchasing agents, project managers, manufacturing supervisors, maintenance personnel, among others. They currently rely heavily on past experience with suppliers or dated online industrial directories to find products and services for their projects. It literally takes weeks or months for an engineer to find an appropriate supplier for a particular need. <br /> The supplier side includes anyone who sells industrial products and services. This group includes sales reps and sales engineers at manufacturers and rep groups. These salespeople currently must sift through endless cold leads to find a single sales opportunity. This is because current industrial marketing avenues cost a lot of money upfront and don&#x2019;t guarantee any value over time. <br />
  • Industrial Interface is the quickest, easiest, and most efficient way for engineers to find industrial products and services. An engineer posts a project to our website, we notify relevant suppliers of the sales opportunity, and sometimes within minutes, the engineer is collaborating with a supplier who has a solution. Suppliers can review all the technical details of the leads we share with them, but the posting engineer remains anonymous. When suppliers find sales opportunities that are a good fit for their business, they pay us for the engineer&#x2019;s contact information. <br /> <br /> Our customer base is two sided&#x2013;Engineers and Suppliers. <br /> The engineering side includes anyone who sources industrial products and services. This group includes degreed engineers, technicians, purchasing agents, project managers, manufacturing supervisors, maintenance personnel, among others. They currently rely heavily on past experience with suppliers or dated online industrial directories to find products and services for their projects. It literally takes weeks or months for an engineer to find an appropriate supplier for a particular need. <br /> The supplier side includes anyone who sells industrial products and services. This group includes sales reps and sales engineers at manufacturers and rep groups. These salespeople currently must sift through endless cold leads to find a single sales opportunity. This is because current industrial marketing avenues cost a lot of money upfront and don&#x2019;t guarantee any value over time. <br />
  • Industrial Interface is the quickest, easiest, and most efficient way for engineers to find industrial products and services. An engineer posts a project to our website, we notify relevant suppliers of the sales opportunity, and sometimes within minutes, the engineer is collaborating with a supplier who has a solution. Suppliers can review all the technical details of the leads we share with them, but the posting engineer remains anonymous. When suppliers find sales opportunities that are a good fit for their business, they pay us for the engineer&#x2019;s contact information. <br /> <br /> Our customer base is two sided&#x2013;Engineers and Suppliers. <br /> The engineering side includes anyone who sources industrial products and services. This group includes degreed engineers, technicians, purchasing agents, project managers, manufacturing supervisors, maintenance personnel, among others. They currently rely heavily on past experience with suppliers or dated online industrial directories to find products and services for their projects. It literally takes weeks or months for an engineer to find an appropriate supplier for a particular need. <br /> The supplier side includes anyone who sells industrial products and services. This group includes sales reps and sales engineers at manufacturers and rep groups. These salespeople currently must sift through endless cold leads to find a single sales opportunity. This is because current industrial marketing avenues cost a lot of money upfront and don&#x2019;t guarantee any value over time. <br />
  • Industrial Interface is the quickest, easiest, and most efficient way for engineers to find industrial products and services. An engineer posts a project to our website, we notify relevant suppliers of the sales opportunity, and sometimes within minutes, the engineer is collaborating with a supplier who has a solution. Suppliers can review all the technical details of the leads we share with them, but the posting engineer remains anonymous. When suppliers find sales opportunities that are a good fit for their business, they pay us for the engineer&#x2019;s contact information. <br /> <br /> Our customer base is two sided&#x2013;Engineers and Suppliers. <br /> The engineering side includes anyone who sources industrial products and services. This group includes degreed engineers, technicians, purchasing agents, project managers, manufacturing supervisors, maintenance personnel, among others. They currently rely heavily on past experience with suppliers or dated online industrial directories to find products and services for their projects. It literally takes weeks or months for an engineer to find an appropriate supplier for a particular need. <br /> The supplier side includes anyone who sells industrial products and services. This group includes sales reps and sales engineers at manufacturers and rep groups. These salespeople currently must sift through endless cold leads to find a single sales opportunity. This is because current industrial marketing avenues cost a lot of money upfront and don&#x2019;t guarantee any value over time. <br />
  • Industrial Interface is the quickest, easiest, and most efficient way for engineers to find industrial products and services. An engineer posts a project to our website, we notify relevant suppliers of the sales opportunity, and sometimes within minutes, the engineer is collaborating with a supplier who has a solution. Suppliers can review all the technical details of the leads we share with them, but the posting engineer remains anonymous. When suppliers find sales opportunities that are a good fit for their business, they pay us for the engineer&#x2019;s contact information. <br /> <br /> Our customer base is two sided&#x2013;Engineers and Suppliers. <br /> The engineering side includes anyone who sources industrial products and services. This group includes degreed engineers, technicians, purchasing agents, project managers, manufacturing supervisors, maintenance personnel, among others. They currently rely heavily on past experience with suppliers or dated online industrial directories to find products and services for their projects. It literally takes weeks or months for an engineer to find an appropriate supplier for a particular need. <br /> The supplier side includes anyone who sells industrial products and services. This group includes sales reps and sales engineers at manufacturers and rep groups. These salespeople currently must sift through endless cold leads to find a single sales opportunity. This is because current industrial marketing avenues cost a lot of money upfront and don&#x2019;t guarantee any value over time. <br />
  • Industrial Interface is the quickest, easiest, and most efficient way for engineers to find industrial products and services. An engineer posts a project to our website, we notify relevant suppliers of the sales opportunity, and sometimes within minutes, the engineer is collaborating with a supplier who has a solution. Suppliers can review all the technical details of the leads we share with them, but the posting engineer remains anonymous. When suppliers find sales opportunities that are a good fit for their business, they pay us for the engineer&#x2019;s contact information. <br /> <br /> Our customer base is two sided&#x2013;Engineers and Suppliers. <br /> The engineering side includes anyone who sources industrial products and services. This group includes degreed engineers, technicians, purchasing agents, project managers, manufacturing supervisors, maintenance personnel, among others. They currently rely heavily on past experience with suppliers or dated online industrial directories to find products and services for their projects. It literally takes weeks or months for an engineer to find an appropriate supplier for a particular need. <br /> The supplier side includes anyone who sells industrial products and services. This group includes sales reps and sales engineers at manufacturers and rep groups. These salespeople currently must sift through endless cold leads to find a single sales opportunity. This is because current industrial marketing avenues cost a lot of money upfront and don&#x2019;t guarantee any value over time. <br />
  • Industrial Interface is the quickest, easiest, and most efficient way for engineers to find industrial products and services. An engineer posts a project to our website, we notify relevant suppliers of the sales opportunity, and sometimes within minutes, the engineer is collaborating with a supplier who has a solution. Suppliers can review all the technical details of the leads we share with them, but the posting engineer remains anonymous. When suppliers find sales opportunities that are a good fit for their business, they pay us for the engineer&#x2019;s contact information. <br /> <br /> Our customer base is two sided&#x2013;Engineers and Suppliers. <br /> The engineering side includes anyone who sources industrial products and services. This group includes degreed engineers, technicians, purchasing agents, project managers, manufacturing supervisors, maintenance personnel, among others. They currently rely heavily on past experience with suppliers or dated online industrial directories to find products and services for their projects. It literally takes weeks or months for an engineer to find an appropriate supplier for a particular need. <br /> The supplier side includes anyone who sells industrial products and services. This group includes sales reps and sales engineers at manufacturers and rep groups. These salespeople currently must sift through endless cold leads to find a single sales opportunity. This is because current industrial marketing avenues cost a lot of money upfront and don&#x2019;t guarantee any value over time. <br />
  • Industrial Interface is the quickest, easiest, and most efficient way for engineers to find industrial products and services. An engineer posts a project to our website, we notify relevant suppliers of the sales opportunity, and sometimes within minutes, the engineer is collaborating with a supplier who has a solution. Suppliers can review all the technical details of the leads we share with them, but the posting engineer remains anonymous. When suppliers find sales opportunities that are a good fit for their business, they pay us for the engineer&#x2019;s contact information. <br /> <br /> Our customer base is two sided&#x2013;Engineers and Suppliers. <br /> The engineering side includes anyone who sources industrial products and services. This group includes degreed engineers, technicians, purchasing agents, project managers, manufacturing supervisors, maintenance personnel, among others. They currently rely heavily on past experience with suppliers or dated online industrial directories to find products and services for their projects. It literally takes weeks or months for an engineer to find an appropriate supplier for a particular need. <br /> The supplier side includes anyone who sells industrial products and services. This group includes sales reps and sales engineers at manufacturers and rep groups. These salespeople currently must sift through endless cold leads to find a single sales opportunity. This is because current industrial marketing avenues cost a lot of money upfront and don&#x2019;t guarantee any value over time. <br />
  • Industrial Interface is the quickest, easiest, and most efficient way for engineers to find industrial products and services. An engineer posts a project to our website, we notify relevant suppliers of the sales opportunity, and sometimes within minutes, the engineer is collaborating with a supplier who has a solution. Suppliers can review all the technical details of the leads we share with them, but the posting engineer remains anonymous. When suppliers find sales opportunities that are a good fit for their business, they pay us for the engineer&#x2019;s contact information. <br /> <br /> Our customer base is two sided&#x2013;Engineers and Suppliers. <br /> The engineering side includes anyone who sources industrial products and services. This group includes degreed engineers, technicians, purchasing agents, project managers, manufacturing supervisors, maintenance personnel, among others. They currently rely heavily on past experience with suppliers or dated online industrial directories to find products and services for their projects. It literally takes weeks or months for an engineer to find an appropriate supplier for a particular need. <br /> The supplier side includes anyone who sells industrial products and services. This group includes sales reps and sales engineers at manufacturers and rep groups. These salespeople currently must sift through endless cold leads to find a single sales opportunity. This is because current industrial marketing avenues cost a lot of money upfront and don&#x2019;t guarantee any value over time. <br />
  • Industrial Interface is the quickest, easiest, and most efficient way for engineers to find industrial products and services. An engineer posts a project to our website, we notify relevant suppliers of the sales opportunity, and sometimes within minutes, the engineer is collaborating with a supplier who has a solution. Suppliers can review all the technical details of the leads we share with them, but the posting engineer remains anonymous. When suppliers find sales opportunities that are a good fit for their business, they pay us for the engineer&#x2019;s contact information. <br /> <br /> Our customer base is two sided&#x2013;Engineers and Suppliers. <br /> The engineering side includes anyone who sources industrial products and services. This group includes degreed engineers, technicians, purchasing agents, project managers, manufacturing supervisors, maintenance personnel, among others. They currently rely heavily on past experience with suppliers or dated online industrial directories to find products and services for their projects. It literally takes weeks or months for an engineer to find an appropriate supplier for a particular need. <br /> The supplier side includes anyone who sells industrial products and services. This group includes sales reps and sales engineers at manufacturers and rep groups. These salespeople currently must sift through endless cold leads to find a single sales opportunity. This is because current industrial marketing avenues cost a lot of money upfront and don&#x2019;t guarantee any value over time. <br />
  • Industrial Interface is the quickest, easiest, and most efficient way for engineers to find industrial products and services. An engineer posts a project to our website, we notify relevant suppliers of the sales opportunity, and sometimes within minutes, the engineer is collaborating with a supplier who has a solution. Suppliers can review all the technical details of the leads we share with them, but the posting engineer remains anonymous. When suppliers find sales opportunities that are a good fit for their business, they pay us for the engineer&#x2019;s contact information. <br /> <br /> Our customer base is two sided&#x2013;Engineers and Suppliers. <br /> The engineering side includes anyone who sources industrial products and services. This group includes degreed engineers, technicians, purchasing agents, project managers, manufacturing supervisors, maintenance personnel, among others. They currently rely heavily on past experience with suppliers or dated online industrial directories to find products and services for their projects. It literally takes weeks or months for an engineer to find an appropriate supplier for a particular need. <br /> The supplier side includes anyone who sells industrial products and services. This group includes sales reps and sales engineers at manufacturers and rep groups. These salespeople currently must sift through endless cold leads to find a single sales opportunity. This is because current industrial marketing avenues cost a lot of money upfront and don&#x2019;t guarantee any value over time. <br />
  • Industrial Interface is the quickest, easiest, and most efficient way for engineers to find industrial products and services. An engineer posts a project to our website, we notify relevant suppliers of the sales opportunity, and sometimes within minutes, the engineer is collaborating with a supplier who has a solution. Suppliers can review all the technical details of the leads we share with them, but the posting engineer remains anonymous. When suppliers find sales opportunities that are a good fit for their business, they pay us for the engineer&#x2019;s contact information. <br /> <br /> Our customer base is two sided&#x2013;Engineers and Suppliers. <br /> The engineering side includes anyone who sources industrial products and services. This group includes degreed engineers, technicians, purchasing agents, project managers, manufacturing supervisors, maintenance personnel, among others. They currently rely heavily on past experience with suppliers or dated online industrial directories to find products and services for their projects. It literally takes weeks or months for an engineer to find an appropriate supplier for a particular need. <br /> The supplier side includes anyone who sells industrial products and services. This group includes sales reps and sales engineers at manufacturers and rep groups. These salespeople currently must sift through endless cold leads to find a single sales opportunity. This is because current industrial marketing avenues cost a lot of money upfront and don&#x2019;t guarantee any value over time. <br />
  • Industrial Interface is the quickest, easiest, and most efficient way for engineers to find industrial products and services. An engineer posts a project to our website, we notify relevant suppliers of the sales opportunity, and sometimes within minutes, the engineer is collaborating with a supplier who has a solution. Suppliers can review all the technical details of the leads we share with them, but the posting engineer remains anonymous. When suppliers find sales opportunities that are a good fit for their business, they pay us for the engineer&#x2019;s contact information. <br /> <br /> Our customer base is two sided&#x2013;Engineers and Suppliers. <br /> The engineering side includes anyone who sources industrial products and services. This group includes degreed engineers, technicians, purchasing agents, project managers, manufacturing supervisors, maintenance personnel, among others. They currently rely heavily on past experience with suppliers or dated online industrial directories to find products and services for their projects. It literally takes weeks or months for an engineer to find an appropriate supplier for a particular need. <br /> The supplier side includes anyone who sells industrial products and services. This group includes sales reps and sales engineers at manufacturers and rep groups. These salespeople currently must sift through endless cold leads to find a single sales opportunity. This is because current industrial marketing avenues cost a lot of money upfront and don&#x2019;t guarantee any value over time. <br />
  • Industrial Interface is the quickest, easiest, and most efficient way for engineers to find industrial products and services. An engineer posts a project to our website, we notify relevant suppliers of the sales opportunity, and sometimes within minutes, the engineer is collaborating with a supplier who has a solution. Suppliers can review all the technical details of the leads we share with them, but the posting engineer remains anonymous. When suppliers find sales opportunities that are a good fit for their business, they pay us for the engineer&#x2019;s contact information. <br /> <br /> Our customer base is two sided&#x2013;Engineers and Suppliers. <br /> The engineering side includes anyone who sources industrial products and services. This group includes degreed engineers, technicians, purchasing agents, project managers, manufacturing supervisors, maintenance personnel, among others. They currently rely heavily on past experience with suppliers or dated online industrial directories to find products and services for their projects. It literally takes weeks or months for an engineer to find an appropriate supplier for a particular need. <br /> The supplier side includes anyone who sells industrial products and services. This group includes sales reps and sales engineers at manufacturers and rep groups. These salespeople currently must sift through endless cold leads to find a single sales opportunity. This is because current industrial marketing avenues cost a lot of money upfront and don&#x2019;t guarantee any value over time. <br />
  • Industrial Interface is the quickest, easiest, and most efficient way for engineers to find industrial products and services. An engineer posts a project to our website, we notify relevant suppliers of the sales opportunity, and sometimes within minutes, the engineer is collaborating with a supplier who has a solution. Suppliers can review all the technical details of the leads we share with them, but the posting engineer remains anonymous. When suppliers find sales opportunities that are a good fit for their business, they pay us for the engineer&#x2019;s contact information. <br /> <br /> Our customer base is two sided&#x2013;Engineers and Suppliers. <br /> The engineering side includes anyone who sources industrial products and services. This group includes degreed engineers, technicians, purchasing agents, project managers, manufacturing supervisors, maintenance personnel, among others. They currently rely heavily on past experience with suppliers or dated online industrial directories to find products and services for their projects. It literally takes weeks or months for an engineer to find an appropriate supplier for a particular need. <br /> The supplier side includes anyone who sells industrial products and services. This group includes sales reps and sales engineers at manufacturers and rep groups. These salespeople currently must sift through endless cold leads to find a single sales opportunity. This is because current industrial marketing avenues cost a lot of money upfront and don&#x2019;t guarantee any value over time. <br />
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  • I think that this is a really interesting perspective for you guys to hear. <br /> <br /> We are amazing technical resources, but how do you find which ones are good and meet your criteria. <br /> <br /> It&#x2019;s amazing that the system that I described works, but it is because you spend so much on these products that the system continues to operate this way. <br /> <br /> For a lot of my customers, I became a glue or a tape guy. In reality, I could help with so much more. <br />
  • I think that this is a really interesting perspective for you guys to hear. <br /> <br /> We are amazing technical resources, but how do you find which ones are good and meet your criteria. <br /> <br /> It&#x2019;s amazing that the system that I described works, but it is because you spend so much on these products that the system continues to operate this way. <br /> <br /> For a lot of my customers, I became a glue or a tape guy. In reality, I could help with so much more. <br />
  • I think that this is a really interesting perspective for you guys to hear. <br /> <br /> We are amazing technical resources, but how do you find which ones are good and meet your criteria. <br /> <br /> It&#x2019;s amazing that the system that I described works, but it is because you spend so much on these products that the system continues to operate this way. <br /> <br /> For a lot of my customers, I became a glue or a tape guy. In reality, I could help with so much more. <br />
  • I think that this is a really interesting perspective for you guys to hear. <br /> <br /> We are amazing technical resources, but how do you find which ones are good and meet your criteria. <br /> <br /> It&#x2019;s amazing that the system that I described works, but it is because you spend so much on these products that the system continues to operate this way. <br /> <br /> For a lot of my customers, I became a glue or a tape guy. In reality, I could help with so much more. <br />
  • I think that this is a really interesting perspective for you guys to hear. <br /> <br /> We are amazing technical resources, but how do you find which ones are good and meet your criteria. <br /> <br /> It&#x2019;s amazing that the system that I described works, but it is because you spend so much on these products that the system continues to operate this way. <br /> <br /> For a lot of my customers, I became a glue or a tape guy. In reality, I could help with so much more. <br />
  • I think that this is a really interesting perspective for you guys to hear. <br /> <br /> We are amazing technical resources, but how do you find which ones are good and meet your criteria. <br /> <br /> It&#x2019;s amazing that the system that I described works, but it is because you spend so much on these products that the system continues to operate this way. <br /> <br /> For a lot of my customers, I became a glue or a tape guy. In reality, I could help with so much more. <br />
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  • We started ii to address getting you in touch with the right suppliers. We solved this. Here is a successful example of us connecting him with multiple suppliers. <br /> <br /> ..................... <br /> <br /> Now that you understand that I don&#x2019;t want to SPAM you, our system is a great way for you to get your product in front of relevant suppliers. These suppliers decide to pay $50 only when they have the perfect cost-effective solution. <br /> <br /> Remember how I mentioned that I knew nothing about UV cured process, but another supplier did. Our system allows for this network to operate and share these projects with ideal local suppliers who meet your criteria. Suppliers are sharing leads with eachother on a daily basis. Even if I can&#x2019;t help you solve a project, it is likely that I know someone who can. <br /> <br /> Much of the projects you work on may be Top Secret and require NDAs. Note that these projects are supposed to detail your miniature problem inside of the big project. Just because your product is Top Secret, doesn&#x2019;t mean you can&#x2019;t send out a request for ISO 9001 companies who sell custom Composite Resins for Carbon Fiber. You can be as specific or as general as you want. The more information we provide, the less suppliers will contact you because they will dis-qualify themselves. <br /> <br />
  • At this stage in development An Engineer are facing a new project. <br /> <br /> An Engineer have many applications/problems stacked in level of importance. What composite An Engineer choose will lead to An Engineer designing in weight of mechanical components and the space permitted to put all of these components together. So, once An Engineer have prioritized An Engineerr applications, An Engineer start with the most critical one. <br /> <br /> These few websites are a good place to research what is out there. They are listed in order of where to start. <br /> <br /> To start - eFunda is a great place to gain a little knowledge about new fields that An Engineer may not be extremely well versed in. For instance, I&#x2019;m not extremely well versed in composites, so I typed in &#x201C;composite&#x201D; and out popped an article overviewing composites. They allow An Engineer to delve deeper into relevant topics and find related publications via the left nav. <br /> <br /> Inventables will allow An Engineer to type keywords like &#x201C;Composite&#x201D; and bring up a list of related, innovative materials from the World&#x2019;s premier material manufacturers. The two composites shown here look almost the same, but are very different. One allows An Engineer to bend it very easily, but will not twist. The other performs exactly the opposite. Talk about the founders and their speech on TED. <br /> <br /> Deep Dive is a portal to Nearly every scientific, technical, and medical research journal at An Engineerr fingertips. It is incredibly addictive for those of us that like to read tech articles. Once again I typed in Composite and up popped an article published by MIT that outlines certain Polymer Composites. This article needed to be paid for, so I didn&#x2019;t pay. This article was from 1994, but An Engineer could easily refine An Engineerr search to practically any desired criteria. These technical papers have given me a very in depth understanding of certain new technologies and studies that have affected my decision on which materials I use. <br /> <br /> ---------------------------PROBLEMS with all of these---------------------- <br /> An Engineer have now spent numerous hours educating An Engineerrself on the types of options that are out there. The problem is that many times An Engineer are moving forward in conjunction with another engineer at An Engineerr facility who is designing a system or part that is dependent on which solution An Engineer choose. An Engineer are trying to communicate to him all of the problems that An Engineer are trying to solve, give him guidance on what direction An Engineer are heading, and making sure that An Engineerr procurement department will be happy with An Engineerr selection. <br /> Industrialinterface.com helps solve these problems and can help An Engineer to clarify the problem/project details so that everyone understands what the problem is and the solutions An Engineer are evaluating. <br /> <br /> We are working on simple messaging. Our other customers are telling us <br /> <br /> <br />
  • At this stage in development An Engineer are facing a new project. <br /> <br /> An Engineer have many applications/problems stacked in level of importance. What composite An Engineer choose will lead to An Engineer designing in weight of mechanical components and the space permitted to put all of these components together. So, once An Engineer have prioritized An Engineerr applications, An Engineer start with the most critical one. <br /> <br /> These few websites are a good place to research what is out there. They are listed in order of where to start. <br /> <br /> To start - eFunda is a great place to gain a little knowledge about new fields that An Engineer may not be extremely well versed in. For instance, I&#x2019;m not extremely well versed in composites, so I typed in &#x201C;composite&#x201D; and out popped an article overviewing composites. They allow An Engineer to delve deeper into relevant topics and find related publications via the left nav. <br /> <br /> Inventables will allow An Engineer to type keywords like &#x201C;Composite&#x201D; and bring up a list of related, innovative materials from the World&#x2019;s premier material manufacturers. The two composites shown here look almost the same, but are very different. One allows An Engineer to bend it very easily, but will not twist. The other performs exactly the opposite. Talk about the founders and their speech on TED. <br /> <br /> Deep Dive is a portal to Nearly every scientific, technical, and medical research journal at An Engineerr fingertips. It is incredibly addictive for those of us that like to read tech articles. Once again I typed in Composite and up popped an article published by MIT that outlines certain Polymer Composites. This article needed to be paid for, so I didn&#x2019;t pay. This article was from 1994, but An Engineer could easily refine An Engineerr search to practically any desired criteria. These technical papers have given me a very in depth understanding of certain new technologies and studies that have affected my decision on which materials I use. <br /> <br /> ---------------------------PROBLEMS with all of these---------------------- <br /> An Engineer have now spent numerous hours educating An Engineerrself on the types of options that are out there. The problem is that many times An Engineer are moving forward in conjunction with another engineer at An Engineerr facility who is designing a system or part that is dependent on which solution An Engineer choose. An Engineer are trying to communicate to him all of the problems that An Engineer are trying to solve, give him guidance on what direction An Engineer are heading, and making sure that An Engineerr procurement department will be happy with An Engineerr selection. <br /> Industrialinterface.com helps solve these problems and can help An Engineer to clarify the problem/project details so that everyone understands what the problem is and the solutions An Engineer are evaluating. <br /> <br /> We are working on simple messaging. Our other customers are telling us <br /> <br /> <br />
  • At this stage in development An Engineer are facing a new project. <br /> <br /> An Engineer have many applications/problems stacked in level of importance. What composite An Engineer choose will lead to An Engineer designing in weight of mechanical components and the space permitted to put all of these components together. So, once An Engineer have prioritized An Engineerr applications, An Engineer start with the most critical one. <br /> <br /> These few websites are a good place to research what is out there. They are listed in order of where to start. <br /> <br /> To start - eFunda is a great place to gain a little knowledge about new fields that An Engineer may not be extremely well versed in. For instance, I&#x2019;m not extremely well versed in composites, so I typed in &#x201C;composite&#x201D; and out popped an article overviewing composites. They allow An Engineer to delve deeper into relevant topics and find related publications via the left nav. <br /> <br /> Inventables will allow An Engineer to type keywords like &#x201C;Composite&#x201D; and bring up a list of related, innovative materials from the World&#x2019;s premier material manufacturers. The two composites shown here look almost the same, but are very different. One allows An Engineer to bend it very easily, but will not twist. The other performs exactly the opposite. Talk about the founders and their speech on TED. <br /> <br /> Deep Dive is a portal to Nearly every scientific, technical, and medical research journal at An Engineerr fingertips. It is incredibly addictive for those of us that like to read tech articles. Once again I typed in Composite and up popped an article published by MIT that outlines certain Polymer Composites. This article needed to be paid for, so I didn&#x2019;t pay. This article was from 1994, but An Engineer could easily refine An Engineerr search to practically any desired criteria. These technical papers have given me a very in depth understanding of certain new technologies and studies that have affected my decision on which materials I use. <br /> <br /> ---------------------------PROBLEMS with all of these---------------------- <br /> An Engineer have now spent numerous hours educating An Engineerrself on the types of options that are out there. The problem is that many times An Engineer are moving forward in conjunction with another engineer at An Engineerr facility who is designing a system or part that is dependent on which solution An Engineer choose. An Engineer are trying to communicate to him all of the problems that An Engineer are trying to solve, give him guidance on what direction An Engineer are heading, and making sure that An Engineerr procurement department will be happy with An Engineerr selection. <br /> Industrialinterface.com helps solve these problems and can help An Engineer to clarify the problem/project details so that everyone understands what the problem is and the solutions An Engineer are evaluating. <br /> <br /> We are working on simple messaging. Our other customers are telling us <br /> <br /> <br />
  • This cycle Repeats when products go into manufacturing from prototypes. <br />
  • This cycle Repeats when products go into manufacturing from prototypes. <br />
  • This cycle Repeats when products go into manufacturing from prototypes. <br />
  • At this stage in development An Engineer are facing a new project. <br /> <br /> An Engineer have many applications/problems stacked in level of importance. What composite An Engineer choose will lead to An Engineer designing in weight of mechanical components and the space permitted to put all of these components together. So, once An Engineer have prioritized An Engineerr applications, An Engineer start with the most critical one. <br /> <br /> These few websites are a good place to research what is out there. They are listed in order of where to start. <br /> <br /> To start - eFunda is a great place to gain a little knowledge about new fields that An Engineer may not be extremely well versed in. For instance, I&#x2019;m not extremely well versed in composites, so I typed in &#x201C;composite&#x201D; and out popped an article overviewing composites. They allow An Engineer to delve deeper into relevant topics and find related publications via the left nav. <br /> <br /> Inventables will allow An Engineer to type keywords like &#x201C;Composite&#x201D; and bring up a list of related, innovative materials from the World&#x2019;s premier material manufacturers. The two composites shown here look almost the same, but are very different. One allows An Engineer to bend it very easily, but will not twist. The other performs exactly the opposite. Talk about the founders and their speech on TED. <br /> <br /> <br />
  • At this stage in development An Engineer are facing a new project. <br /> <br /> An Engineer have many applications/problems stacked in level of importance. What composite An Engineer choose will lead to An Engineer designing in weight of mechanical components and the space permitted to put all of these components together. So, once An Engineer have prioritized An Engineerr applications, An Engineer start with the most critical one. <br /> <br /> These few websites are a good place to research what is out there. They are listed in order of where to start. <br /> <br /> To start - eFunda is a great place to gain a little knowledge about new fields that An Engineer may not be extremely well versed in. For instance, I&#x2019;m not extremely well versed in composites, so I typed in &#x201C;composite&#x201D; and out popped an article overviewing composites. They allow An Engineer to delve deeper into relevant topics and find related publications via the left nav. <br /> <br /> Inventables will allow An Engineer to type keywords like &#x201C;Composite&#x201D; and bring up a list of related, innovative materials from the World&#x2019;s premier material manufacturers. The two composites shown here look almost the same, but are very different. One allows An Engineer to bend it very easily, but will not twist. The other performs exactly the opposite. Talk about the founders and their speech on TED. <br /> <br /> <br />
  • At this stage in development An Engineer are facing a new project. <br /> <br /> An Engineer have many applications/problems stacked in level of importance. What composite An Engineer choose will lead to An Engineer designing in weight of mechanical components and the space permitted to put all of these components together. So, once An Engineer have prioritized An Engineerr applications, An Engineer start with the most critical one. <br /> <br /> These few websites are a good place to research what is out there. They are listed in order of where to start. <br /> <br /> To start - eFunda is a great place to gain a little knowledge about new fields that An Engineer may not be extremely well versed in. For instance, I&#x2019;m not extremely well versed in composites, so I typed in &#x201C;composite&#x201D; and out popped an article overviewing composites. They allow An Engineer to delve deeper into relevant topics and find related publications via the left nav. <br /> <br /> Inventables will allow An Engineer to type keywords like &#x201C;Composite&#x201D; and bring up a list of related, innovative materials from the World&#x2019;s premier material manufacturers. The two composites shown here look almost the same, but are very different. One allows An Engineer to bend it very easily, but will not twist. The other performs exactly the opposite. Talk about the founders and their speech on TED. <br /> <br /> <br />
  • Emphasize that we really want to fix this Industry. <br />
  • We are dedicated to making this system a much more open industry and want your feedback/advice on how to make it so. Remember that suppliers don&#x2019;t want to bug you or come across pushy. A good supplier sells you a solution to your problem and can help you understand what options are available. <br /> <br /> I hope this perspective on the sourcing process really helps streamline your next design. Feel free to ask me any questions about how suppliers operate and for any help finding information online. <br /> <br /> We also appreciate your help and hope to work with you in the future. <br /> <br />

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  • INDUSTRIAL INTERFACE INDUSTRIAL INTERFACE IS AN INTERNET SERVICE WHERE ENGINEERS POST PROBLEMS AND MANUFACTURING SUPPLIERS PAY A FEE FOR THE OPPORTUNITY TO SOLVE THEM SAMPE Presentation: 2-25-10 Chris Powell, powell@industrialinterface.com, 619-850-0540 T. Brian Jones, jones@industrialinterface.com, 858-539-6351
  • How does Industrial Interface work?
  • How does Industrial Interface work? ENGINEERS Engineer posts a design problem or sourcing need at no charge...
  • How does Industrial Interface work? ENGINEERS Website matches project with relevant suppliers... SUPPLIERS
  • How does Industrial Interface work? ENGINEERS ALERTED OF PROJECT VIA SUPPLIERS
  • How does Industrial Interface work? ENGINEERS Supplier screen projects and pays $50 per project for access to engineer ALERTED OF PROJECT VIA SUPPLIERS
  • How does Industrial Interface work? ALERTED OF PROJECT VIA
  • How did we come up with this idea? Industry Standard Company Listings “They don’t solve problems... just a list of vendors”
  • How did we come up with this idea? ENGINEERS Free Search On Industry Standard Company Listings Solicit Suppliers hoping to find help “They don’t solve problems... just a list of vendors”
  • How did we come up with this idea? ENGINEERS SUPPLIERS Free Search On Pay For Premium Listings On Industry Standard Company Listings Solicit Suppliers Supplier waits for hoping to find help Engineer to call “They don’t solve problems... just a list of vendors”
  • How did we come up with this idea? ENGINEERS Manufacturing Engineer at SUPPLIERS Free Search On Pay For Premium Listings On Solicit Suppliers Supplier waits for hoping to find help Engineer to call “They don’t solve problems... just a list of vendors”
  • The interaction between Engineers and Suppliers From a supplier’s perspective.....
  • The interaction between Engineers and Suppliers From a supplier’s perspective..... How do Suppliers get in contact with An Engineer?
  • The interaction between Engineers and Suppliers From a supplier’s perspective..... How do Suppliers get in contact with An Engineer? •Cold Call to Engineer
  • The interaction between Engineers and Suppliers From a supplier’s perspective..... How do Suppliers get in contact with An Engineer? •Cold Call to Engineer •An Engineer enters a request for information online
  • The interaction between Engineers and Suppliers From a supplier’s perspective..... How do Suppliers get in contact with An Engineer? •Cold Call to Engineer •An Engineer enters a request for information online •An Engineer stops by the supplier’s booth at a trade show
  • The interaction between Engineers and Suppliers From a supplier’s perspective..... How do Suppliers get in contact with An Engineer? •Cold Call to Engineer •An Engineer enters a request for information online •An Engineer stops by the supplier’s booth at a trade show •An Engineer calls into the Corporate office
  • The interaction between Engineers and Suppliers From a supplier’s perspective..... How do Suppliers get in contact with An Engineer? •Cold Call to Engineer •An Engineer enters a request for information online •An Engineer stops by the supplier’s booth at a trade show •An Engineer calls into the Corporate office •An Engineer calls directly to the Sales Person
  • How a good Supplier makes all the difference - Example 1 History: NAVICO/Lowrance •Engineer had problems with extruded and vulcanized Silicone O-Ring gasket put into tongue and groove injection Molded part •Had been looking for other solutions for 8months when I stopped by with a Principal Process: •Manufacturing Engineer in Mexico has communication problems with Corporate Design Engineers in Tulsa, OK •Different Buyers get involved for expenses over $10k •At one time, 5 Manufacturing engineers in Mexico, 5 Design engineers in Tulsa, 2buyers in both locations, Senior VP of Engineering, and 2 Test Engineers are all working on this problem •Buyers want to go with a system that looks comparable because it is $2,200 less Solution: •UV cure in place gasket that took raw material costs from $1.17 to $0.23 with capital equipment cost of $60k for 200k units/yr •Sales Process took 1.5yrs, numerous planes to/from Tulsa
  • How a good Supplier makes all the difference - Example 1 History: NAVICO/Lowrance •Engineer had problems with extruded and vulcanized Silicone O-Ring gasket put into tongue and groove injection Molded part •Had been looking for other solutions for 8months when I stopped by with a Principal Process: •Manufacturing Engineer in Mexico has communication problems with Corporate Design Engineers in Tulsa, OK •Different Buyers get involved for expenses over $10k •At one time, 5 Manufacturing engineers in Mexico, 5 Design engineers in Tulsa, 2buyers in both locations, Senior VP of Engineering, and 2 Test Engineers are all working on this problem •Buyers want to go with a system that looks comparable because it is $2,200 less Solution: •UV cure in place gasket that took raw material costs from $1.17 to $0.23 with capital equipment cost of $60k for 200k units/yr •Sales Process took 1.5yrs, numerous planes to/from Tulsa
  • How a good Supplier makes all the difference - Example 1 History: NAVICO/Lowrance •Engineer had problems with extruded and vulcanized Silicone O-Ring gasket put into tongue and groove injection Molded part •Had been looking for other solutions for 8months when I stopped by with a Principal Process: •Manufacturing Engineer in Mexico has communication problems with Corporate Design Engineers in Tulsa, OK •Different Buyers get involved for expenses over $10k •At one time, 5 Manufacturing engineers in Mexico, 5 Design engineers in Tulsa, 2buyers in both locations, Senior VP of Engineering, and 2 Test Engineers are all working on this problem •Buyers want to go with a system that looks comparable because it is $2,200 less Solution: •UV cure in place gasket that took raw material costs from $1.17 to $0.23 with capital equipment cost of $60k for 200k units/yr •Sales Process took 1.5yrs, numerous planes to/from Tulsa
  • How a good Supplier makes all the difference - Example 1 History: ATK Space Systems •Senior Design Engineer is working on a copper clad Kapton material that needs to stick to the inside of a fiberglass material of a radome. It is used as a selective frequency filter for UAV. •He has been evaluating adhesives for 3 months and hasn’t found something that will work. Process: •Engineer in San Diego contacts me with problem. It is very unique. After trying over 100 adhesives, he finds something that works, but is not thick enough. A custom adhesive is the solution. •Now he needs a way to laminate it onto his very expensive photo etched material. •3 suppliers are involved with 4 Design Engineers and 2 Test Engineers Solution: •Custom Silicon Adhesive 5mil thick laminated to photoetched kapton after being run through process to increase surface energy of kapton •Sales process took 9months and tons of back and forth of material, shipping, testing between 3 suppliers and ATK.
  • Actual Case Study - Power of Suppliers Real Project KEY DATA Posted to • Project Value: $300k Industrial • Project Status: CLOSED Interface • Engineer contacted by 4 Suppliers • Solution needed by 10/1/09 • Industry: Medical • Company Size: 20-49 • Location: San Diego, CA
  • Resources - R&D Stage What’s out there? Selection Product/Service narrows acceptable solutions for related problems Evaluating Solutions to problems Core Problem trying to solve
  • Resources - R&D Stage What’s out there? Selection Product/Service narrows acceptable solutions for related problems Evaluating Solutions to problems Core Problem trying to solve
  • Resources - R&D Stage What’s out there? Selection Product/Service narrows acceptable solutions for related problems Evaluating Solutions to problems Core Problem trying to solve
  • Resources - R&D Stage What’s out there? Selection Product/Service narrows acceptable solutions for related problems Evaluating Solutions to problems Core Problem trying to solve
  • Resources - Purchasing Buying from Suppliers Finding small volumes Finding costs for high volumes Establishing relationships with suppliers who meet An Engineerr criteria and are responsive
  • Resources - Purchasing Buying from Suppliers Finding small volumes Finding costs for high volumes Establishing relationships with suppliers who meet An Engineerr criteria and are responsive
  • Resources - Purchasing Buying from Suppliers Finding small volumes Finding costs for high volumes Establishing relationships with suppliers who meet An Engineerr criteria and are responsive
  • Resources - Purchasing Buying from Suppliers Finding small volumes Finding costs for high volumes Establishing relationships with suppliers who meet An Engineerr criteria and are responsive
  • Resources - Prototype Deciding on a material Good Solutions on the table Testing/Evaluating similar products Now know what will work and need to find it with the datasheet to support.
  • Resources - Prototype Deciding on a material Good Solutions on the table Testing/Evaluating similar products Now know what will work and need to find it with the datasheet to support.
  • Resources - Prototype Deciding on a material Good Solutions on the table Testing/Evaluating similar products Now know what will work and need to find it with the datasheet to support.
  • Resources - Prototype Deciding on a material Good Solutions on the table Testing/Evaluating similar products Now know what will work and need to find it with the datasheet to support.
  • Competitive Advantage I N D U S T R I A L I N T E R FA C E Dynamic, real-time interaction One-sided, static directories that between Engineers and Suppliers versus necessitate dozens of phone calls • Free, easy problem posting • Must filter through hundreds E N G II N E E R S ENG NEERS • Suppliers find them, same day • Slow search & contact • Pay as An Engineer play • Pay $5k-$250k for listing transparency SUPPLIERS • Wait for Engineers to call them
  • Problems that cause Bottlenecks PROBLEMS: • Communication • Information Clarity BOTTLENECKS: • Supplier says they can do something and don’t • Try Solutions sequentially and takes too long • Transfer of Prototype to Manufacturing • Buyer telling An Engineer that they need to find a less expensive part • Others.... “Spend an average of 8 “Top 5 resources engineers hours per week online for ENGINEERS use to research their work purposes.” purchases are all online.”