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The American Rotary Video Contest Winner is. . .

NYC CNC Machine Shop! Congratulations on an outstanding comeback!

First and foremost, we want to sincerely thank all of those who participated in our #WeAreAmericanMade contest. Back in March, we got the idea to do the contest as a way to showcase those who make America great through the things they build, make, create, and/or operate. We were truly impressed by the wide variety of submissions as a number of businesses and individuals tagged their photos and videos throughout April and May. So much so, that it only seemed right to allow the fans choose the winner!

An amazingly skilled knife maker at Partridge Knives jumped out to an early lead, but before long NYC CNC Machine Shop came back to take the lead and capture the contest with a relentless 118 votes and 50% of the total vote. We will be in contact with you shortly to acknowledge your victory and make plans to come out and see what your shop is all about!

NYC CNC was started in 2007 when John purchased a TAIG desktop CNC milling machine for his Manhattan apartment.  John had been trying to bring a product to market and struggled working with machine shops for one-off prototypes and tweaks.  He started a now-popular YouTube Channel documenting successes & failures while learning the many skillsets of machining and fabrication.  NYC CNC has since grown out of Manhattan to a proper shop with a Tormach PCNC 1100 CNC Mill, an Emco V13 lathe, a 4’x4′ CNC Plasma Cutter and various of machining and fabrication equipment.

John and NYC CNC will be relocating their operations this summer and we are excited to visit him and create a custom video featuring his #WeAreAmericanMade business.

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From self-made machinists like NYC CNC Machine Shop, to innovative pioneers like the Hydrogen House Project, to independent craftsmen and craftswomen, such as Ashley Harwood, it is clear that we all play a substantial role in both the American economy and American quality of life. Without any of you we wouldn’t even have the ability to do what we do and we couldn’t appreciate all of you enough.

Thanks again to all our entries, including:

NYC CNC  – www.nyccnc.com

Blake Jones Design – http://blakejonesdesigns.com/

Palomar Technologies-  http://www.palomartechnologies.com/default.aspx

Globe Composite Solutions – http://www.globecomposite.com/

GCS Marine – https://www.gcsmarine.com/

Diversified Machine Systems – http://www.dmscncrouters.com/

Onyx Industries – http://www.onyx-industries.com

Partridge Knives – http://www.partridgeknives.com

Uzi HQ – http://www.uziparts.com

Belt Envy – www.beltenvy.com

Hydrogen House – http://hydrogenhouseproject.org/

Steam Horse Dry Goods – www.steamhorsedrygoods.com

Ashley Harwood – www.AshleyHarwood.net

To see our entire collection of #WeAreAmericanMade videos, please visit us on YouTube!  

 

Keep it American Made,

David Rehm

CEO | American Rotary

 

 

Win a Custom Video for your American Business! Final Week to Win!

We are entering the final week of our 2014 #WeAreAmericanMade campaign. Over the past two months we have heard from dozens of innovative companies who are creating amazing American Made products!  It’s been exciting to connect with other business owners and learn more about their companies and products.

Below are a few of the companies we heard from over the last two months. You can visit them online to learn more about their American Made products!

NYC CNC nyccnc.com
Blake Jones Design http://blakejonesdesigns.com/
Palomar Technologies http://www.palomartechnologies.com/default.aspx
Globe Composite Solutions http://www.globecomposite.com/
GCS Marine https://www.gcsmarine.com/
Diversified Machine Systems http://www.dmscncrouters.com/
Onyx Industries http://www.onyx-industries.com
Partridge Knives http://www.partridgeknives.com
Uzi HQ http://www.uziparts.com
Belt Envy beltenvy.com
Hydrogen House http://hydrogenhouseproject.org/
Steam Horse Dry Goods steamhorsedrygoods.com

We were excited to connect personally with John Saunders at NYC CNC  to learn more about how he started his business in a small Manhattan apartment and has helped thousands of people around the world with his “how-to” videos on his popular YouTube channel.  NYC CNC is a machine and fabrication shop located outside New York City specializing in prototype development, design-for-manufacturing evaluation, fabrication, and machining. From milling and casting to welding and bending, NYC CNC loves executing on ideas.

We also visited with Mike Striziki of the Hydrogen House Project. Hydrogen House Project is a non-profit organization dedicated to the pursuit of clean and renewable solutions to help meet the world’s increasing energy demand.  Inventor Mike Striziki founded the organization to educate the public while conducting research on hydrogen and other clean energy technologies.

You still have until May 31st to tell us about the American Made product you build, make, create or operate. Post it on any of our social media pages, including; YouTubeTwitterFacebookLinkedIn or Google+. We will share your submissions across our social media channels and announce a winner in June! Our team will visit the winner and create a custom video on your company.

Sincerely,

David Rehm | CEO