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Unlimited Tomorrow prototypes prosthetic limbs using a T-SEC funded, HP printer.

T-SEC starts 2019 with a look back at key accomplishments and a look forward to a bright future. T-SEC was founded over ten years ago when the Hudson Valley was hit hard by a changing regional and global economy. Spurred to respond, a handful of regional corporate leaders, helped by political friend, U.S. Representative Maurice D. Hinchey, focused on encouraging economic growth and prosperity by creating initiatives that...

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 Haverstraw, N.Y.SUNY Rockland has announced several new programs identified as a part of their Middle Skills Academy. The 3D Lab at Haverstraw will host one of the programs,  a new CAD and 3D Skills Course which will be taught at TSEC's 3D SMARTT Lab.The 3D SMARTT Lab features a number of printers including the Stratasys j750, a powerhouse of technology that is being used at...

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Kelly Lyndgaard holds up a swatch of fabric used to make an Unshattered bag

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Unshattered is gaining recognition because of its success in helping addicted women overcome opioid addiction.Kelly Lyndgaard the social entrepreneur responsible for founding Unshattered describes the nonprofit as being a social enterprise that offers opportunity employment.What is a social enterprise?Unshattered is a social enterprise, which is to say it is a charity that is helping to meet and solve a social problem by using a market-driven...

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Since its inception in 2007, T-SEC has always been focused on supporting and creating manufacturing opportunities in the Hudson Valley. Now, with a new acronym and company-wide rebranding efforts, we're taking a new approach to how we promote economic development within our communities. ...

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