Cardinal Manufacturing to Host Open House May 18

Cardinal Manufacturing is a revolutionary student-run manufacturing program based out of Eleva-Strum High School in Strum, Wisconsin.

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Cardinal Manufacturing is a student-run manufacturing program based out of Eleva-Strum High School in Strum, Wisconsin. In seven years, the program has gained national attention because it has transformed manufacturing education by giving students firsthand experience by working in a real manufacturing environment.

Cardinal Manufacturing will hold its annual Open House on Wednesday, May 18, from 4 to 9 p.m. In the last year, the program has further grown its capabilities by adding:

  • Two new Haas CNC Milling Machines
  • One new Manual Milling machine
  • A CMM
  • A 3D printer

Raffle prizes will be awarded and food and beverages served. Attendees can tour the facility, meet students and help support Cardinal Manufacturing’s quest to ready the workforce of tomorrow. This event is open to the public.

Autodesk is sponsoring the open house. To learn more about Cardinal Manufacturing, visit cardinalmanufacturing.org

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