During the day, Dr. Mark Polczynski is the technology consultant to the vice president of engineering at Eaton Corporation.
But on evenings and weekends, he's an entrepreneur.
Polczynski's two-person business, M and E Irish Flutes,
is not a huge money maker. "My take out of this is very soft," he said. But the ti......Full article >>>
erials and hollowing out the tube in the first place. "There is a company in Pakistan that sells lots of traditional instruments, including Irish flutes and drums," Polczynski said. "They would wholesale traditional finished Irish flutes for less that the cost of materials." But, although the Pakistani flutes were considerably cheaper, they did not sound like traditional Irish flutes.
Whe......Full article >>>
bout," Polczynski said. "Can we develop the technology? Can we get conservative and entrenched customers to accept this technology?
"Aerospace hydraulics customers are very entrenched, and it's very difficult to get them accept new technology. But I believe that the fundamental principles of entrepreneurship apply to both situations. If engineers who work for big companies got involved wi......Full article >>>
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