The Dayton Daily News takes note of young executive Carl Mays and the growth he is leading at Reynolds Machinery.
Even at 8th grade Steve Mays demonstrates a machine tool. Even at that young age, Steve had a keen awareness of manufacturing equipment.
Reynolds becomes a Mitsubishi and Okamaoto machine dealer.
Scott Mays begins his career in sales at Reynolds Machinery.
Carl Mays takes his first trip to Japan to meet with Mitsubishi EDM, the most prominent name in the industry.
The former headquarters on
Wadsworth Road in Dayton gets a facelift.
Carl Mays (right) and John Fischer of F&G Tool and Die build a long-term business relationship helping both companies thrive.
Steve Mays begins his career in sales at Reynolds Machinery.
Reynolds Machinery breaks ground on the new headquarters in West Carrollton.
Carl Mays holds grandson Parker in front of the new facility. Parker would become the third generation at Reynolds Machinery.
Constructruction progresses at the new facility.
The Reynolds Machinery team moves into its new headquarters.
Reynolds becomes a Hurco machine dealer
Reynolds becomes an OKK machine dealer
Carl Mays retires, capping off a Reynolds Machinery career of more than three decades, including more than 20 years as owner.
Reynolds becomes a Chiron machine dealer.
Reynolds becomes a Samsung machine dealer.
Reynolds becomes a Fuji machine dealer.
Parker Mays (left) on his first day of work at Reynolds Machinery. Parker, the third generation at the company, started his career in sales.
Reynolds becomes a Star machine dealer.
Reynolds becomes a Current EDM machine dealer.
Reynolds becomes a Markforged machine dealer.