Oldest Bliss Press Still in Use Found at Hudson Tool & Die in 1975

6/11/2015 The E. W. Bliss Company had a competition to find the oldest press still in daily operation. They found the oldest press at Hudson Tool & Die in Newark NJ. The Bliss No. 1 1/2 drawing press was built in 1882 and was still in Daily use at Hudson. The Hudson press was initially […]

Atomic Clock Demands Ultra-Close Tolerances

6/10/2015 This article is a “blast from the past”. In 1996 Hudson (Tool & Die at the time) worked with Hewlett Packard to develop a seamless envelope and other components for the cesium beam clock. Click here to read the article

Customer Testimonial

06/09/2015 As a small medical device company developing implantable technologies, we engaged Hudson Technologies to aid us in transitioning from machined prototype metallic device housings that were suitable for low volume development to titanium formed metal device housings that could be scaled to production volumes. From the moment we put the project out to quote, […]

Hudson Technologies Names Director of Quality

12/15/2014 ORMOND BEACH, Fla. – (Dec. 15, 2014) – Scott Roudebush has joined Hudson Technologies as director of quality. His responsibilities include overseeing all aspects of quality assurance, quality engineering and quality systems for the Ormond Beach manufacturer. Hudson Technologies’ quality management system is  ISO 13485:2003 and ISO 14001:2004 compliant. Roudebush has 14 years of […]

Florida TRADE Consortium Award

12/11/2014 DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. – (Dec. 11, 2014) – Hudson Technologies was recognized by the Florida TRADE Consortium at Daytona State College for its support and commitment to the Florida TRADE Consortium and to Florida TRADE students. The award was presented to Hudson Technologies for being one of two area manufacturers that hired five or […]

On the Job and in the Classroom

This engineering student is putting his skills to work. As someone who is going to college full-time to become an electrical engineer and working full-time as an engineering technician, Chris Henning has to be creative and skilled at finding efficiencies. At Hudson Technologies, a JSJ business, Chris puts those skills to work every day, gaining […]

Hudson Technologies Names Director of Manufacturing Engineering

2/14/2014 ORMOND BEACH, Fla. – (February 14, 2014) – Paul Shacklady has joined Hudson Technologies as the Director of Manufacturing Engineering. Shacklady is responsible for leading the Engineering, Tool Room and Maintenance teams. The Engineering team at Hudson Technologies includes manufacturing engineering, tool design and project management. The Tool Room includes tool and die making […]

Earn While You Learn – Everyone Wins

How many high school students actually have a conversation with their guidance counselor about apprenticeship programs available to them after they graduate? The answer is probably “not many”. And that’s unfortunate because manufacturing is alive and well in the United States and apprenticeship programs offer a clear path to good paying jobs — jobs that […]

Hudson Technologies Launches Apprenticeship Program

6/11/2013 ORMOND BEACH, Fla. – (June 11, 2013) – With recruitment of experienced tool and die makers becoming increasingly difficult, and several experienced Tool Room staff approaching retirement age in the next five to eight years, Hudson Technologies is taking steps today to help insure it has a skilled workforce in the future. The Florida […]

Hudson Technologies President Mark Andrews To Retire

5/8/2013 ORMOND BEACH, Fla. – (May 8, 2013) – During plant-wide meetings today at Hudson Technologies, President Mark Andrews announced to employees that he will retire this year and that Bret Schmitz, vice president of operations, will be promoted to president. The change is effective August 1. Andrews, 64, of Ormond Beach, says the leadership […]