For those of you who receive Modern Machine Shop as regular subscribers (your name is on the label, that is), it's time to renew your subscription. You can do this in one of three easy ways.
For you traditionalists, the postage-paid card attached to the front of the magazine is the time-honored and still very effective way of renewing. All you do is fill in the blanks, check the appropriate boxes, SIGN where indicated, then drop it in the mail with your label still attached. No stamp is necessary.
The more technically adventuresome may wish to fax their renewal. Fill out the card as explained above and fax just the fill-in side to us at (513) 527-8801. We suggest that you enlarge the card on a copier before you fill it out and fax it (enlarging by about 135 percent will fill a regular sheet of paper). Be sure the label part of the card is on the copy. A cover sheet isn't needed. We'll know what it is.
Advanced readers can even renew online via the Internet. Go to the MMS Online Subscription and Renewal page and follow the simple instructions on the screen. You'll need your mailing label to do this most efficiently, so have that handy when you log on. Keying in certain codes from the label helps us identify you and verify your entry. (By the way, if you are not already receiving Modern Machine Shop and are qualified for a free subscription, you can request it online at this address, too.)
That's how you renew. A few words about why you should renew: We have another great year of issues to offer you, including a special High Speed Machining issue scheduled for August, 1999. (A free CD-ROM goes with this issue. Register your interest in receiving it when you fill out the renewal card or screen by checking YES where indicated.)
Every issue in 1999 will bring you a lineup of feature articles, product news, expert columnists, technical reports, case histories, commentaries and, of course, advertisements from industry's leading companies. Next year, things might be a little tighter, so every competitive advantage will be important. If you want to stay on top of developments in metalworking because this information is vital to your job in manufacturing, we've got the magazine for you—a new issue each month for those who send in the card, fax it, or go online to renew.
Please do this today. We won't have to ask again until next year and your subscription will not be interrupted. Thanks for staying with us.