|2800 McClelland Ave.|
Erie, PA 16514
April 1, 2008
Robotic Weld cell now in full production! Check out the robotic welding page for more information and pictures.
November 1, 2005
After very much success of February 28, 2005 welding school, another school will be held. This will not be just a Custom Engineering held school, but a model for 13 regional counties.
The weld school is a go and is scheduled to begin December 1, 2005. It will be held at the Skill Center facility in Erie, PA and will be a 2 shift operation. The course was "Custom designed" to meet our needs and the needs of other local manufactures.
It is a pilot program in this area and is being very much scrutinized by the grant officials to be a model for the thirteen county region. We are ramping up our efforts to find 10 suitable candidates and several replacements. The school is scheduled for 160 hrs 8 hours a day for approx. 20 days. Upon successful completion the graduates will be ASME certified.September 1, 2005
The winning team @ 10 under par was Dan Orengia from Lamjen, Emmer, Bruce Rickard and Bill Noble. 2nd place @ 7 under par was George Clark, Mike Whelan, and Matt Ruff and Gary Anderson from Lamjen. 3rd place at 2 under par was the team of Andy Tompkins, Dale Allison and Rich Sitler and Mike Frame from Lamjen.
Many skill prizes were awarded and a good time was had by all.February 28, 2005
We had 10 students. Five were on 1st shift and 5 were on 2nd. Partial funding was received from The PA Workforce Investment Board and was coordinated through Clarion University and Q.I.S. our of Rochester, NY. We had two instructors, one for each shift, which held classes in an area set aside on the shop floor. The classroom setting was within an isolated section of the shop floor. Here they would feel as if they were in an actual production environment.December 6, 2003