GREENFIELD, Ind -- Life was good at Indy Metalworks Inc, but there is always room for improvement.
Since company president James Herrin and his partner, Lynn White, started the company in a two-car garage in 1995, Indy Metalworks has experienced steady, rapid growth. Within two years of its modest beginnings, the company moved its operations into a 13,000-sq.- ft. industrial plant. The company and its nine-member work force marked the first year of the millennium with total annual sales of $1.6 million and set a goal for $2 million in sales for 2001. To meet this goal, Indy Metalworks knew it would have to find a CNC cutting machine that could meet its growing production demands.