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Are You Familiar with Zones on MMS Online?

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If you’re reading this blog post, you understand that Modern Machine Shop is more than just a print magazine. Our brand uses various media channels—social media, e-newsletters, print, a website and more—to help move the manufacturing industry forward.

One of the ways we do this is by organizing our content into various Zones on MMS Online. Zones are knowledge centers on key topics where information is aggregated and organized for you to find relevant information on that topic. Take, for example, our CAD/CAM Zone. If you poke around in it, you’ll discover a central hub for new products, videos, articles, columns, case studies and other editorial content we’ve collected on the subject. It’s also a great place to discover new suppliers of CAD, CAM and related software, if you’re in the market for it.

We have many different zone pages on MMS online. Take a peek and see what you can learn.

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