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Dissatisfaction – AMERICA’S GREATEST ASSET (Oct, 1954)

The electronic computer gulps algebraic equations and releases typed solutions at the rate of 10,-000 per minute. Men with vision created this machine that almost thinks, men who were dissatisfied with old fashioned methods.

Computing machines have created one of the fabulous chapters in the history of American industry. A few enterprising men in each generation have been unwilling to tolerate mediocre tools and methods. They are the physicists, engineers and designers who today are meeting the requirements of our changing world. At Meletron we are testing new materials and creating new techniques to meet constantly higher standards. Dissatisfaction with what has been done, plus the determination to improve, is one of America’s greatest assets. This attitude is a guiding policy at Meletron.

Dissatisfaction- AMERICA’S GREATEST ASSET (Apr, 1954)


Opportunities to create better products exist in every home and industry in America today. But only a few, dissatisfied men and women recognize these opportunities. Such leaders are advancing their respective industries. They possess vision. They are spurred by initiative. Feather dusters have no place in their planning.

Since 1938, Meletron has been producing excellent instruments that are used by every major aircraft manufacturer. But we are constantly testing new materials and devising new methods. Leadership in this industry imposes the obligation to improve, because tomorrow’s standards will be higher. Dis-
satisfaction with what has been accomplished, plus a determination to improve, is America’s greatest asset.