T-SEC’s Mission Statement:
“T-SEC is the voice of manufacturing experience & expertise, which is provided free of charge so it is unbiased by a profit motive. T-SEC understands manufacturing processes and practices, and we can provide help both to established manufacturers and emerging entrepreneurs. Over our 10-year history, T-SEC has gained a high level of credibility by providing capital equipment and technical and business support to manufacturers and entrepreneurs.”
Carl Meyer, President/CEO/Interim Board Chair
T-SEC’s Academic Partner, SUNY Rockland’s Haverstraw Center, is home to the 3D Printing SMARTT Lab. The lab offers regional manufacturers and entrepreneurs a low-cost opportunity to take CAD classes, create a design on a Solidworks software station, and print a finished prototype using one of the highest-quality printers available anywhere, the Stratasys 3D printer.
T-SEC and Sono-Tek partnered to create a SMARTT Lab with a benchtop scanning electron microscope (SEM) system and an industrial microscope for users to process characterizations.
State-of-the-art pattern-making and sewing labs are available at low cost to users pursuing new business opportunities at The Accelerator in New Windsor, New York. Clients of The Accelerator have access to over a dozen sewing machines, as well as Tukatech software, a computer program used for pattern making and fashion design.
Carl is a proven industry executive in the energy and economic development sectors in the Hudson Valley and New York State. He is President/CEO of T-SEC.
Dan Ahouse is a government relations expert and is Senior Director for Government Affairs at Altice USA. He has been on the T-SEC board for over six years and serves as the T-SEC Board Vice Chair.