Cardinal Manufacturing Continues to Inspire

Cardinal Manufacturing shared booth space with us this week at IMTS to promote the continuing growth of its innovative high school manufacturing program. And, last month they opened their doors again, but this time to some molders and mold builders.

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Cardinal Manufacturing is sharing booth space with us this week in the West Hall at IMTS to promote the continuing growth of its innovative high school manufacturing program. They also opened their doors last month to some molders and mold builders, and two MMT editorial advisory board members were in the room, Andy Baker of Byrne Tool & Design and Mike Walter of MET2Plastics

MAPP (Manufacturers Association of Plastic Processors) held the plant tour event at Eleva Strum High School to show members how the program works and inspire them to help develop their own in their local areas.

Principal Corey Kulig and Cardinal Mfg Director Craig Cegielski helped give guests a tour of the facility and then lead discussions on education support, and student and parent perspectives.

Roger Williams of Royer Corporation was then video conferenced in to show how his company helped the Madison Indiana school district set up a similar program to Cardinal, called Cub Manufacturing.

Click here to see images of the event.

 

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