The Boston Tooling & Machining Association, Inc​​

​​Affiliate Chapter of The National Tooling & Machining Association

PO Box 95, Dracut MA 01826  978-457-5881

Working to help shape the future of Manufacturing

Welcome to the Boston Tooling & Machining Association

​​​​​BTMA is the Boston Chapter of the National Tooling & Machining Association, serving precision custom manufacturers in Eastern MA, New Hampshire, Maine, and Rhode Island.  Our member companies are some of the "best of the industry best" in New England.  We invite you to spend some time on our site to review our member services, chapter activities, and news items.  Learn why smart business owners join our Association.  Our primary purpose is to promote the precision custom manufacturing industry in the region and to provide our members with the services and information that will assist them in the successful operation of their businesses.
To learn more about us, we suggest you start with our About the BTMA page. You can learn more about membership, business & training resources.
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A Collaborative BTMA & WMNTMA Business Event
September 25,2018
Courtyard Marriott- Marlborough MA
Trump, Tariffs, and the New Washington:
Two Years After the Election that Changed It All
Presented by Omar Nashashibi of the Franklin Partnership





We are thrilled to announce that Omar Nashashibi of The Franklin Partnership will be presenting Trump, Tariffs, and the New Washington. This informative presentation will provide you our members the opportunity to learn more about ever changing terrain. President Trump promised to change Washington and unlike most other politicians, he has kept that promise – our nation’s capital is a very different place. Tariffs on steel, aluminum, and other inputs have drastically changed the U.S. manufacturing landscape as the tax cuts spurred optimism and Congress finally came together to pass a career and technical education bill. Omar S. Nashashibi is a lobbyist in Washington, D.C. having represented the NTMA for more than a decade before the U.S. Congress, White House, and federal agencies. This is your chance to hear directly from a Washington insider about what is really happening and how tariffs, taxes, regulations and other developments impact your business.Members of our sister chapter, Western MA NTMA have been invited to attend providing a fabulous opportunity to get caught up with your network and perhaps make some new connections.

Who is The Franklin Partnership and Omar Nashashibi?
Omar S. Nashashibi is a Founding Partner with The Franklin Partnership, a bipartisan lobbying firm based in Washington, D.C. and represents the NTMA in our nation’s capital. Having represented manufacturing associations in Washington since 2002, he is an expert on the various public policy issues such as trade tariffs, taxes, and job training affecting businesses throughout the country. Omar has twenty years of experience working with policymakers, politicians, and the media. He lobbies the White House, members of Congress and government agencies who issue thousands of new laws and regulations each year. Before founding his own firm in 2005, Omar worked for the Office of Management and Budget, part of the White House and a large multi-state law firm. Omar graduated from the George Washington University in Washington, D.C., where he studied Political Science and International Affairs.

Schedule of Events:
4 p.m. to 5 p.m. The Closing Bell Networking Hour
5 p.m. “The Cabinet Dinner Buffet”
6 p.m. Trump, Tariffs, and the New Washington Presentation
7 p.m. Closing Remarks

Register now for this fabulous business briefing meeting!
Deadline to register is September 15,2018. Cost per person is $75.00
This is a members only event and space is limited so don't miss out! 

Your Invited to the
75th NTMA Awards Gala

It will be an anniversary celebration to remember! We invite you, our guests of honor, to walk the blue carpet at this black-tie optional event. We are celebrating 75 years of companies who adapt and develop with the changes that come with time. We are celebrating 75 years of companies that recognize that we are stronger when we support each other. We are celebrating 75 years of men and women who believe that through networking, education and advocacy we
are building our industry into a legacy for generations to come.

Join us in recognizing our Past Chairs, as we acknowledge those who have provided great leadership through the years. Our Founding Delegates, those companies who have been part of NTMA from the very beginning days, will be in attendance to present awards to NTMA members who are making monumental impacts on the future of our industry. We’ll award NTMA members with the Honor Award, William E. Hardman Award, Distinguished Service Award, LA Sommer Award and of course our Years of Service Awards. The NTMA will also proudly present the 6S Awards and announce this year’s Star Chapters, Most Improved Chapter and Chapter of the Year.

​It will be an evening to recognize excellence, honor our history and inspire future success. It will be an evening to acknowledge you— and your contributions to the precision metalworking industry.
Download a brochure about the event
Don't miss out! Bruins Vs. Canucks!​​
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Xometry , the leading marketplace for custom manufactured parts, has become an affiliate partner of The NTMA to give members access to jobs through the Xometry Partner Network. The Xometry Partner Network provides real, fully vetted milling, turning, sheet metal fabrication, and additive manufacturing jobs that match your capabilities. NTMA Members can skip the line to join the Xometry Partner Network and can start seeing jobs within 24 hours. There is no cost, no bidding, and no time spent working on RFQ’s. Plus, you receive payment within 20 days of completing a job. To learn more watch their video!