IADD TechTeam now offering free answers to diecutting and diemaking questions for non-members

The International Association of Diecutting and Diemaking (IADD, Crystal Lake, Illinois), “the definitive industry resource” for the worldwide diecutting, diemaking and converting industry, has helped thousands of companies and individuals throughout the industry. The organization’s TechTeam is now offering free diecutting and diemaking technical advice to non-IADD members as well as existing members. Members can use their monthly username and password to complete a quick and confidential one-page form, and will receive personalized support and suggestions from its 20 experienced industry professionals. Now, for a limited time, the organization is giving everyone, including non-members, the opportunity to ask its TechTeam one free technical diecutting or diemaking question. All you have to do is go to www.iaddhelpdesk.com/promo/ and use the following login to submit your question:

Username: Guest     Password: 122508

Angelo Palozzi.
Angelo Palozzi.

“TechTeam is an amazing tool, a big advantage of being a part of IADD. You can have a professional answer a question when you need it. It’s worth the price of being a member,” said Angelo Palozzi, Branch Manager of Sales at Central Die Supplies in Vaughan, Ontario, and a long-time IADD member. Members get full use of the IADD online TechTeam’s Help Desk, one subscription to The Cutting Edge magazine and full access to all IADD website resources. At the company member level or higher, members also receive: discounts on meetings, educational programs and local IADD chapter events; a 25% discount on publications and DVDs in the IADD store; discounts on print and online advertising; a listing in the IADD Membership & Resource Directory; one print Membership & Resource Directory; and much more. If you’re not yet an IADD member, please visit www.iadd.org/pages/membership.htm.

Since 1972, the International Association of Diecutting and Diemaking (IADD) has helped thousands of companies and individuals worldwide. As an international association representing all companies involved in the diecutting and diemaking process, it offers conferences, educational and training programs, networking opportunities, a bi-annual tradeshow, a monthly magazine, technical articles, regional chapter meetings, publications and training manuals, recommended specifications, videos and much more. For more information please visit www.iadd.org.

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