Passion for How Things Work (and How They Can Be Made Better)

Two young engineering enthusiasts at Westminster Tool take different approaches to solving part and mold problems in an effort to make the end product better.


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Celeste Boies is a 26-year-old supply chain, engineering/operations assistant at Westminster Tool for the past seven months. She has her AS in Engineering Science and previously worked as a retail pharmacy technician for seven years. Her five-year goal is to earn her bachelors degree in plastics engineering and work to revise/improve existing plastic injection molding procedures to increase efficiency and quality.

Learn more about Celeste's background and current work at Westminster here.

Now it's time to meet our last brat pack member, Benyuan (Ben) Hu. He is also 26 years old, and came to Westminster with a master of science in mechanical engineering from the University of New Haven.


Ben has been with Westminster for two years. Prior to that he was a research assistant helping Yale medical school analyze a heart stent project using CFD software. He also helped a professor in China design radiant floor heating system including heat loads calculations and water pipe pattern design.

Read more here.