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Today's Machining World Interviews Elijah Tooling CEO Rick Miller

Today's Machining World Interviews Elijah Tooling CEO Rick Miller

January 13, 2020

Today's Machining World Interviews The CEO of Elijah Tooling, Rick Miller

On today’s podcast we interview Rick Miller, owner and cofounder of Elijah Tooling, a company that sells innovative CNC work holding equipment. Rick has a knack for for coming up with unique products and has several patents in the work holding sector. He says that innovative ideas are vital for success but getting customers to buy into those ideas is what makes for a successful business. Question: What tool would you like to see invented?



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