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New Mexico Manufacturing Extension Partnership (New Mexico MEP)

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New Mexico MEP aspires to be the premier solution provider to strengthen and grow New Mexico’s manufacturing. As a statewide assistance center, New Mexico MEP is dedicated to increasing the competitiveness of the state’s small and mid sized businesses. The Center’s experts and industry resource network help create the change that can make the difference. New Mexico MEP provides expertise in results-driven methodologies, best practices, and innovative technologies designed to increase your profitability. As a public/private partnership, New Mexico MEP brings together government, not-for-profit and industry resources to offer the comprehensive programs and services you need.

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Success Stories

New Mexico MEP helps startup pitch technology to potential clients

Reported Year
2022
Because the RingIR tool is small and portable — about the size of two lunchboxes — and can accurately discern a gas’s molecular fingerprint in seconds, it can be used to instantly improve safety for oil and gas workers, first responders, soldiers, and workers in a wide range of industries. However, before the company could begin manufacturing, it

IDS Manages Growth with Help from New Mexico MEP Pilot Project

Reported Year
2021
Military electronics obsolescence and other applications are driving the growth of 3D-printed electronics because the technology allows factories and installations to avoid the downtime and cost of retooling. Electronic printing enables equipment operators to insert a new CAD file and quickly resume production. When IDS received a significant

A Craft Winery Emerges from the Pandemic

Reported Year
2021
When the coronavirus pandemic temporarily halted tourist traffic and shuttered restaurants and bars throughout New Mexico, the winery had an inventory worth $100,000 and fewer avenues to deliver its products to customers. The Burds were able to keep products moving out the door through online wine tasting events, shipments to its more than 400 wine
Created March 18, 2019, Updated January 26, 2022