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(Info Series) Cost Savings and Improvement in Manufacturing and Asset Recovery
ATTENTION DAYTON AND SURROUNDING MANUFACTURERS: - Need some extra climate controlled space to develop your prototype? - Need access to Manufacturing, Mechanical Engineering, Prototyping and many other experts? - Help with full life-cycle management from prototype to commercialization SPEAKERS FOR THE COLLIDER: Interscope Manufacturing and Interscope Asset Recovery Let them show you how their unique combination of Manufacturing, Assembly, and Asset Recovery can provide you with significant savings in cost and lead time in machine, product and process development. CAPABILTIES: Interscope Manufacturing has been servicing Fortune 500 companies across the globe since 1988. We are an ISO 9001:2008 accredited, American Indian owned MBE company. Services we provide include custom manufacturing, mechanical and electrical engineering, build to print assembly, process engineering, contract manufacturing, and our Asset Recovery parts department which buys, reconditions and sells industrial parts. All of these services combined give us the unique ability to customize concepts and the flexibility to make necessary changes quickly. In addition, our inventory of Asset Recovery parts and materials allow us to have access to what is needed without delays. In short, we can make your idea a reality with substantial savings of cost and lead time. RESOURCES: With nearly 100K sq. ft. under roof and an additional 10 acres available for future development, we have the space required for most any size project. All of our buildings are climate controlled, have restricted access, and have had GMP certification for past projects. The buildings also have 110/200/240/400/480/600 VAC options up to 1600 amp and two large air compressors combined for 150 HP. All of our staff has been crossed trained to perform multiple job titles and we all have experience in proper care of customers Intellectual Properties. LOCATION: We are located in Middletown, Ohio, 30 minutes from Dayton or Cincinnati. The close proximity to WPAFB allows AFRL staff and their contractors quick on site access as needed. We are also less than a mile away from Middletown Regional Airport which has approval and plans in place to build a 180 ft. vertical wind tunnel for skydiving and aerospace research. TESTIMONIALS: “Usage of Interscope saved us approximately six months and $600K in process development” Brian C., Project Director, Consumer Products Manufacturer “Interscope fabricated and assembled a complete retrofit for the new model year in less than 8 weeks, exceeding our expectations” Mike B., Senior Purchasing Agent, , Automotive Industry “Interscope manufactured process line was completed 2 months ahead of schedule and at a 30% cost savings” Mark S., Senior Buyer, Consumer Products Manufacturer “We were very impressed at the complete operation of the facility, the professionalism and the eagerness of the individuals” Tony D, Quality Manager, Oil & Gas Industry

Wright Brothers Institute - 2nd St.

444 E 2nd St. · Dayton, OH

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The Small Business Hub was created to link entrepreneurs, businesses, industry and governmental organizations in support of tech-driven business growth, strengthening the Air Force industrial base and commercializing technologies for new market opportunities. It was established in 2014 as a dual effort by the Wright Brothers Institute (WBI) and the Air Force Research Lab (AFRL).


Free and open business events, known as Colliders, are hosted by the Small Business Hub to drive opportunity discovery and identify supporting resources. Attendance allows for engagement with fellow community members from business, government and academic circles.

Focused around technology, entrepreneurship, and business growth, there are four styles in the Collider Series, each of which offers a networking component. These include:

• Information Series – educational or learning sessions

• Partnership Series - networking, partnership opportunities, matchmaking, Q&A panels, and problem solving

• Innovative Technology Series - targets specific leading-edge research areas and technology needs

• Regional Ecosystem Series - cross-promotes events happening throughout the region


While the Collider Project is a resource that enables connections to happen organically, the Small Business Hub also works to formally engage individuals and organizations through One-on-One’s.

We strive to interconnect the needs and capabilities of small businesses, industry, AFRL, and other regional assets and programs in order to drive the regional business economy.


Connect with Jim Masonbrink, Small Business Hub Director at or 937-424-8674 for more information. Follow Small Business Hub on Twitter too (@AFRLBizHub (!

For general information contact Ryan Clarke, Small Business Hub Marketing Coordinator intern at or 937-424-8673.

Join the Collider Project at and refer others from the business community, AFRL or regional resources.

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