ThomasNet News Launches Machining Journal, Providing the "Best of the Web" in Machining Content
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Press release date: September 18, 2012
Updated Daily, Online Publication Combines the Latest in Technologies, Corporate News, and Trends, Along with Original Features, All in One Place
New York, NY -- From the latest methods for machining titanium, to advancements in plasma cutting technology, a new online publication from ThomasNet News covers them "all in one place." Today, ThomasNet News announces the launch of Machining Journal, with features by ThomasNet's writers, along with the "best of the Web" in machining content.
Available as a daily e-journal and a weekly e-newsletter, Machining Journal, www.thomasnet.com/journals/machining, meets the informational needs of machine shop owners/general managers and machinists, as well as a wide range of manufacturers, material and tool suppliers, software providers, and other vital stakeholders in the industrial value chain.
The publication adds to the breadth and depth of content available on ThomasNet News, the most comprehensive source of new product news from North American industrial suppliers. ThomasNet News users can access Machining Journal there for information on industry trends, new technologies and standards, and business/corporate news in the machining space. Regular content includes:
· Monday: "In Brief" column with short, timely items, including pre- and post-coverage of news from trade shows such as the International Manufacturing Technology Show (IMTS).
· Tuesday: Original features on machining technology.
· Wednesday: "Take a Look," with interesting multimedia segments, such as radio interviews with machining professionals, or video demonstrations of technology from around the Web.
· Friday: Fun, "offbeat" stories on topics such as DIY machining operations.
"The addition of Machining Journal makes ThomasNet News an even more vital source of information for anyone with an interest in machining. Every day, the latest news, features, and insights are available from one central source," said Paul Gerbino, Publisher, ThomasNet News.
Content includes stories from ThomasNet News' experienced industrial writers, as well as links to other compelling articles and interviews from around the Web. The publication is edited by William Ng, and writers include Brian Lane, Ilya Leybovich, and Patrick Toensmeier, who also contribute to other specialized industrial and manufacturing e-newsletters from ThomasNet News. Machining Journal also features content by guest contributors from the machining industry.
To subscribe to Machining Journal, please go to www.ThomasNet.com/focus/IMT. Readers may also connect to Machining Journal writers through social media. For example, Brian Lane is on Twitter at @BrianL_TN and the Machining Journal Twitter feed is @Machining_TN. Advertisers seeking a media kit should call (877) 846-6638 or (212) 290-8888.
ThomasNet.com, part of Thomas Industrial Network, Inc. is the Internet's pre-eminent sourcing and supplier discovery and selection platform for OEM, MRO and other products and services. The platform serves procurement professionals, engineers, plant and facility management and other buyers from corporations, educational institutions, government agencies, the military and small businesses. It also serves manufacturers, distributors, and service companies throughout North America who want to connect and do business with these buyers. Buyers of industrial products and services can connect to ThomasNet News from ThomasNet.com.
Additionally, Thomas Industrial Network includes: the Navigator Platform, a proprietary technology that helps industrial companies leverage their product information and data to increase sales; and Enterprise Solutions that enable companies to create and manage digital product data which can be syndicated to a variety of platforms.