COMPANIES TELL THE RESHORING INSTITUTE ABOUT THEIR 2018 MFG DAY EVENT

AMADA MIYACHI AMERICA

www.amadamiyachi.com

1820 South Myrtle Ave
Monrovia, CA 91016

Event
Tour and Presentation, hands-on demos and lunch

Attendees
30

We hosted approximately 30 students from two local high schools. They were given a brief presentation about our company so that they might understand our history and business philosophy, what we manufacture and how customers use our equipment. Students were then divided into smaller groups and visited our Technical Center where our engineers demonstrated our manufacturing technologies and gave them an opportunity to weld, mark and cut sample product using resistance welders and lasers. Then we had lunch with the engineers so students could ask questions

Anritsu

www.anritsu.com

490 Jarvis Drive
Morgan Hill, CA 95037

Event
Tour

Attendees
56

Anritsu highlighted for guests the telecommunication measurement products that are produced in their vertically integrated operations.

BettsHD

www.BettsHD.com

Fresno, CA

Event
Tour & Presentation

Attendees
30

Betts Company hosted two tours. The first tour was for Fresno City College students and the second tour saw 25 students from local high schools visiting. Around 4-5 out of that group represented their high school robotics program. The remainder were interested in pursuing careers in various engineering fields. The students were very engaged, asking questions of our tour guides and taking photos throughout the tours. One of the main highlights for both tours was the opportunity to speak with one of our Springs engineers, Michael Thibert. The kids had been studying SolidWorks software and were intrigued to see how it is used in ‘real life’.

Bruce’s Custom Covers

www.aircraftcovers.com

18850 Adams Ct
Morgan Hill, CA 95037

Event
Tour

Attendees
53

Bruce and Heather opened their family owned business to local high school students to show how their two companies, Bruce’s Custom Covers and Heat Shield are produced. Bruce’s has over 15,000 patterns for aircraft covers, supporting the world’s aviation industry.

Cambro Manufacturing

www.cambro.com

7601 Clay Avenue
Huntington Beach, CA 92648

Event
Presentation, tours, and luncheon for students from Anaheim High School, coordinated by Vital Link

Attendees
32

Students attended a presentation that included an introduction to Cambro Manufacturing (history, products, production methods), an overview of careers at Cambro, and a safety orientation in the training room. They were taken on an hour-long tour of our compression, composites, and injection molding plants. Each group of students received a unique perspective from the individual tour guides: Quality Assurance Manager, Maintenance Technician, two Senior Shift Managers, Injection Plant Manager, and Compression/Composites Plant Manager

CMTC, City of Menifee, Menifee Chamber of Commerce, and Mt. San Jacinto College

www.cmtc.com
www.cityofmenifee.us
www.menifeevalleychamber.com
www.msjc.edu

Menifee, CA

Event
Tour and Panel Discussion

Attendees
200+

CMTC was the main component of the event. We had Industrial Machine & Weld a client, Elizabeth Glynn, Doug Pergamella, and Michael Vargas as panelists. CMTC also provided food for the event. It was the inaugural event for Menifee.

CMTC, City of Murrieta, Murrieta/Wildomar Chamber of Commerce, Murrieta Valley Unified School District

www.cmtc.com
www.murrietaca.gov
www.murrietachamber.org
www.murrieta.k12.ca.us

Murrieta, CA

Event
Tour and Panel Discussion

Attendees
50+

CMTC was the main component of the event. We had Saksit Suetrong – iA Robotics, Michael Gruszczynsky – Innovative Engineering Solutions, Mark Netherland of Martek Automation, Elizabeth Glynn, and Michael Vargas as panelists. CMTC also coordinated 2 tours with Nuphoton and Cryoquip.

Creative Manufacturing Solutions

www.creativemanufacturingsolutions.com

18400 Sutter Blvd
Morgan Hill, CA 95037

Event
Tour

Attendees
56

Creative Manufacturing Solutions provided guests a full lifecycle demonstration of producing a good. Guests were treated to how decisions are reviewed and modified for manufacturing purposes. Followed by walking the factory floor to see how the product evolves through various stages of production, leading to a final product.

Grow Manufacturing Initiative

www.growmanufacturing.com

California State University, Chico

Event
Expo

Attendees
1500-2000

Group of Northern California manufacturers in one room, displaying what they do and job opportunities within the company at certain education levels. Chico State Engineering Lab tours and breakout sessions as well.

Littelfuse

www.littelfuse.com

47436 Fremont Boulevard
Fremont, CA 94538

Event
Tour

Attendees
20

By hosting the local Manufacturing Day event, Littelfuse, Inc was able show to our communities of our smart material pilot production line, the current and temperature dependent composite process, and the prototyping of circuit protection devices along with their many applications in battery, automotive, and electronics industries and draw attention to our next generation of manufacturers and rewarding manufacturing careers.

M.R. Mold & Engineering Corp.

www.MRMold.com

2700 E. Imperial Highway, Brea, CA  92821

Event
Shop Tour

Attendees
420

M.R. Mold held a week-long event. Students from area schools came by the bus loads to learn what mold making is and how a career in manufacturing could benefit their future. Many school districts in our area are re-introducing trade classes to their curriculum. M.R. Mold is proud to support this endeavor.

M&R Engineering

www.m-reng.com

18850 Adams Ct
Morgan Hill, CA 95037

Event
Tour, Luncheon and Presentation
Attendees
9

Local high school students came to the manufacturing facilities for a tour of the shop floor with the high precision machines as well as a presentation on the career opportunities and growth available in the manufacturing industry as well as the precision machined parts niche.

Moseys Production Machinists

www.moseys.com

1550 Lakeview Loop
Anaheim, CA 92807-1819

Event
Tours (3)

Attendees
98

We had (3) high schools attend, The California Academy of Mathematics & Science, The Sato Academy of Mathematics & Science and Santa Ana Valley High School. We were able to introduce them to and expand their knowledge of and perception manufacturing in today’s world. We also had (4) adults call and we added them to the tours they were from business and the general population that had an interest in manufacturing and saw our name on the MFG website.

Precision Molded Plastics

www.precisionmoldedplastics.com

880 W. 9th Street
Upland, CA 91786

Event
Tour and Presentation

Attendees
45+

Celebrating Manufacturing Day on October 5, 2018, Precision Molded Plastics hosted local high school students, governmental officials, political candidates, and other individuals interested in learning about modern manufacturing techniques and trends. Attendees were given tours of the facility and presentations regarding various aspects of plastic injection molding. The event was an overwhelming success and was enjoyed by both attendees and company personnel.

San Diego East County Economic Development Council

www.eastcountyedc.org

Allen Airways Flying Museum
2020 North Marshall Avenue
El Cajon, CA 92020

Event
Expo

Attendees
500

East County EDC hosted their third annual Manufacturing Expo on October 2, 2018 as a part of National Manufacturing Day. Over 35 local, East County, manufacturing companies like Quality Controlled Manufacturing Inc., Computer Integrated Machining, and Pacific Islander Beer Company exhibited their products and services to over 500 public attendees, many of which were students and job-seekers. Local breweries, wineries, candy and jam companies provided free samples of their products to the public, and one lucky winner went home with the door- prize of a drone! Students also participated in an activity that required them to interview and ask questions of the manufacturing companies exhibiting.

Wolfspeed

www.wolfspeed.com

18275 Serene Drive
Morgan Hill, CA 95037

Event
Tour

Attendees
47

Wolfspeed provided guest a hands-on tour about how they produce high powered RF devices in a clean room environment. Students were able to see firsthand how microelectronic components are produced.