The new abrasive water jet is up and running. Bill Hemphill has been toiling along with various technicians and contractors to get our newest toy hooked up and calibrated. He's made a few test pieces including a 1/8 scale silhouette of his upcoming sword guitar.
Of course there had to be a Bucky, too.
The Industrial Automation and Robotics class is working on integrating the ASRS with the DENSO robots and Siemens PLCs. This is the first time the class has been taught since the curriculum was approved and added to the catalog.
DENSO is coming to meet with classes and clubs on October 10th. Recruiters will be looking for people interested in joining the team at the Maryville plant.
I'll be moving the news here once it isn't.
I'll be putting links here to useful stuff.
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Brian Crawford, a recruiter for DENSO Manufacturing, will be coming to visit classes and clubs on October 10th. Melinda Laprade has more information.
ETSU's student chapter of the Society of Manufacturing Engineers is meeting every Thursday at 3pm in Wilson-Wallis 111C. Join the fun!
The Department of Engineering Technology, Surveying & Mapping, & Digital Media (not to mention Interior Design) has two very hard working advisors. They are here to help you with their knowledge of the programs, classes, and faculty. You can follow Rachel Dinsmore and Deborah Stephens around on the twitters. Their handles are @ENTCandSUVM and @etsudigmintdadv respectively.
East Tennessee State University PO Box 70267 Johnson City, TN 37614 423-439-1000
Department of Engineering Technology,
Surveying & Mapping, & Digital Media
(not to mention Interior Design)
Wilson-Wallis Hall 70552
Johnson City, TN 37614-0552