WEST SPRINGFIELD — Peer through a dinner-plate-sized magnifier made by O.C. White Co. and a tiny electronic part goes from the size of your thumb to the size of your whole hand.
Big and bright — just like the future of manufacturing seen by most of the folks at Eastec, the mammoth manufacturing trade show at the Big E this week.
“The economy is doing well, whether someone wants to admit it or not,” said Andrew May, VP of sales and operations for O.C. White, founded in 1883 and based in the of Thorndike section of Palmer.