In this week’s video (above), the Oregon Film Summer Interns visit Cambridge Precision Machining in Tigard Oregon.
Cambridge Precision Machining recently experienced a 20% increase in revenue due to work manufacturing the tiny joints and parts of the armature skeletons for LAIKA’s stop-motion animated feature “ParaNorman.” Based on referrals, they are now getting additional work from as far away as Great Britain.
You can view the four previous videos in the series here: “Shop Adorn” , “Local Nursery Supply Chain” , “PG&L and Bend Oregon’s ATI” , and Koerner Camera Systems. Or find out more about the Oregon Film Summer Interns and the “Oregon Vendor Spotlight” project here.
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Stay tuned, as we will be rolling out the next video in the series on Wednesday. As always, you can also receive updates as each video rolls out by following the Oregon Film Interns on Twitter: @ORfilmInterns.