Public Announcements


    2019 INTMA High School Machining Contest Results

    The 16th Annual INTMA High School Machining Competition officially came to a close on Saturday with the following results:

    CNC Winners:

    1st Place-Jacob Haneline, Huntington North High School (Brian Murray, instructor)

    2nd Place-Dante Griswold, Central Nine Career Center (Darryl Willoughby, instructor)

    3rd Place-Gavin Butler, independent

    Manual Machining Winners:

    1st Place-Carson Hoffman, Pike Central High School (Mark Scott, instructor)

    2nd Place-Paul Malinowski, Central Nine Career Center (Darryl Willoughby, instructor)

    3rd Place-Justin Derr, Southern Indiana Career & Technical Center (Jim Niehaus, instructor)

    Thank you to all of the instructors, volunteers, sponsors and donors who made this year's contest possible.  


    Silver Sponsor-Major Tool & Machine

    Double Bronze Sponsors-HAAS and Overton Industries

    Lunch Sponsor-Mitsubishi

    Breakfast Sponsor-Shelton Machinery/Mazak

    Bronze Sponsor-Royal Products and Vista Metals

    Prize Sponsors-Innovate Technologies, MCD Machine, Boyer Machine & Tool, Circle City Heat Treating, Schaefer Technologies, Apex Tool


    Calculated Industries, CCA, Haggard & Stocking, Huff Steel, Alro Steel, EMC Precision, Indiana Pacers

    Scholarship donations from Ivy Tech Community College, Lincoln Tech, and Vincennes University.

    If you missed the WRTV news coverage of the event, you can check it out here!


    INTMA News Flash

    INTMA News flash

    FEBRUARY 15, 2019


    Over 40 students from all across Indiana will participate in the INTMA 16th Annual High School Machining Competition tomorrow at Central Nine Career Center.  Feel free to stop by and see these future machinists in action! The contest will begin at 8:30 with awards at 2:00 p.m.  Much thanks goes out to our contest sponsors, donors, volunteers and high school instructors who made the contest possible this year.

    Sponsors include Major Tool & Machine, HAAS, Overton Industries, Mitsubishi, Royal Products, MCD Machine, Shelton Machinery/Mazak, Innovate Technologies, Boyer Machine & Tool, Vista Metals, Circle City Heat Treating, Schaefer Technologies, and Apex Tool & Manufacturing.

    Generous donations of materials and prizes were also made by Haggard & Stocking, CCA Tools, Alro Steel, Huff Steel, Calculated Industries, EMC, and the Indiana Pacers.


    Be sure to mark your calendars for April 16, 3:00 p.m. for the 2019 INTMA Annual Meeting at the Indianapolis Hilton Hotel & Suites.  Dr. Dean Bartles, President, NTMA, will provide an update on the state of the industry and the association, and Brian Burton, President & CEO of the Indiana Manufacturers Association will discuss the Indiana manufacturing climate as well. The meeting will be followed by a cocktail reception and optional dinner. More information and registration will be coming soon, but you won't want to miss this so save space on your calendar today!


    The INTMA Scholarship is an annual tuition scholarship created to promote the tooling and machining industry and assist students who want to advance their education and pursue a career in tooling and machining.

    Successful scholarship applicants receive an annual award of up to $10,000 to cover tuition, books and tools expense for two semesters. Awards are for one academic year only. Recipients may re-apply for a second scholarship.

    For more information and to download the application, click here, or contact Chapter Executive Kerry Hacker at  All applications are due by February 28, 2019.


    Federated Insurance is offering a complimentary webinar on Family Succession Planning Tuesday, February 19 at 2:00 p.m. EST.  Click here for more information and to register.

    thank you 2019 INTMA associate members

    INTMA thanks its associate members for their support of our chapter:










    The Indiana Chapter has again earned NTMA Star Chapter status in 2018






    Winter 2018-19 Issue of the Indiana Manufacturing Magazine Now Available

    The latest issue of Indiana Manufacturing, the official publication of the INTMA, is now available.  Click here to view.