MEADVILLE, PA September 7, 2017 – Acutec Precision Aerospace, Inc. will be participating in Manufacturing Day 2017 on Friday, October 6th at its Meadville facility to educate the community about its work in the aerospace industry and the career opportunities it provides. Planned activities include drivable RoboBOTS, an interactive video tour of our machining centers, an exhibit about the history of manufacturing in Crawford County, and a Paper Airplanes Engineering activity where children will design, build, and test their aircraft using a station-by-station system designed to simulate the company’s manufacturing process.
Organized by the National Association of Manufacturers, this event highlights the importance of manufacturing to the economy and showcases the job opportunities within this industry to local youth. Acutec plans to demonstrate how its work and employees contribute to the aerospace industry on an international level.
“We want to educate the community about manufacturing’s promising future here in the region,” said CEO Elisabeth Smith. “Investing in the latest technologies, our employees, and our community has been a focal point for us, so we are taking this opportunity to share our role in Meadville’s development and our passion for making parts that fly.”
The event is free to the public on Friday, October 6th between 5:30 P.M. to 7:30 P.M. Schools and other interested groups are encouraged to contact Rachel Verno in Human Resources to arrange for tours during the day. All guests are required to wear closed-toed shoes.
Learn more about this event at http://acutecprecision.com/manufacturingday2017.
About Acutec Precision Aerospace, Inc.
Founded in 1988, Acutec Precision Aerospace, Inc. is an award-winning family-owned aerospace manufacturer providing critical components for the aviation industry. We have evolved from a small 17-person machining company into the full-service manufacturing and engineering company we are today. Our 467 employees work cooperatively between three fully-integrated plants in Western Pennsylvania and South Carolina using the latest in CNC technology.