(Anthony Romero – PMP – Sales and Applications Engineering Manager)
What does a medical device manufacturer do when complex part geometry and other factors lead to high costs and delivery problems? In this case, they contacted Prospect Machine Products (PMP) for insights and assistance. Continue reading
Congratulations to Deep Draw Tool Maker Apprentice Patrick Tobin
On Tuesday, July 27, 2016, Connecticut Department of Labor’s Keri Lamontagne, Regional Apprenticeship Representative, officially enrolled Pat into the 8,000 hour Eyelet Tool Maker apprenticeship program.
Pat started working at Prospect Machine Products in his junior year at Warren F. Kaynor Vocational Technical High School in Waterbury. At Kaynor, Pat was enrolled in the Manufacturing Technology program.
Graduating from Kaynor in 2013, Pat moved on to Naugatuck Valley Community College where he majored in Science and Technology.
Upon graduating from NVCC in 2015, Pat is now enrolled at Central Connecticut State University pursuing a BS in Mechanical Engineering, class of 2019.
These days the word “artisanal” is used quite frequently to describe a hand-made product from a skilled craftsman, usually relating to food and beverage products. Hardly a word we ever use here, but it is the same process learned through the body of knowledge for deep draw metal forming and the tradition of tool making passed on by hand from one generation to the next. Continue reading