The event will include tours of the facility, equipment and product manufacturing demonstrations of machining, welding, brazing, fabrication, and 3D printing.
The event will include tours of the facility, equipment and product manufacturing demonstrations of machining, welding, brazing, fabrication, and 3D printing.

Wall Colmonoy’s Aerobraze business in Oklahoma City plans to hold an open day for local students on 2 October 2020.

The event will include tours of the facility, equipment and product manufacturing demonstrations of machining, welding, brazing, fabrication, and 3D printing.

‘Manufacturing, unfortunately, has suffered from an image problem over the past few decades,’ said Jeff Greer, general manager. ‘However, there are so many great technological advancements happening right now like Industry 4.0 – automating processes and production – and 3D printing.  We look forward to introducing what we do and our advancements in this area to the next engineers, welders, assemblers and leaders.’

This story uses material from Wall Colmonoy, with editorial changes made by Materials Today. The views expressed in this article do not necessarily represent those of Elsevier.