Clackamas Community College is opening the doors of its new Industrial Technology Center, which will house the college’s manufacturing, CNC machining and renewable energy programs. This project is funded through a voter-approved bond as well as an $8-million match from the state of Oregon. Celebrate National Manufacturing Day at the grand opening celebration on Oct.…

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We are sad to report the passing of Seth Young, the last surviving founder of Enoch Precision Machining.  Seth grew up in Portland, Oregon, where he graduated from Franklin High School and Multnomah Jr. College. His machining career started with Leupold & Stevens, Inc., before he enlisted in the U.S. Army in 1943, serving our…

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Enoch Precision Machining recently had the opportunity to participate in the Long Beach Design-2-Part Show.  Show management reported that attendance was one of the highest in show history.  After two days, we were certainly happy with the attendance and met numerous manufacturers looking for a new source for precision machined parts.   It’s always great to…

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Clackamas Community College (CCC) and Enoch Precision Machining have continued to grow their partnership over the summer by placing students in internship roles at Enoch. For some students, this is a requirement for their course work, for others it’s an opportunity to get in the door of a manufacturing company. The internships were made possible…

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On April 26th, 2018, Enoch Precision Machining participated in the annual Bring Your Child to Work Day to show our younger family members what we do every day. This year we had eight children from ages five to nineteen, watch, ask questions, and participate as they learned about various aspects of manufacturing. One child said…

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