DATE: Tuesday, March 21, 2017
SUBJECT: Tour of Airstream
WHERE: 419 West Pike Street
Jackson Center, OH 45334-0629
WHEN: 10:00 A.M. is tour start time. We will meet in
front of Springfield Mall by the Cinema at 8:15
A.M. for anyone that wants to carpool.
LUNCH: Local Restaurant.
RESERVATIONS: Call in your reservation to
Larry Borders 937-521-5342.
Or Email: email@example.com
By Monday, March 20, 2017.
Everything that Wally Byam got in his life was through his own
hard work and perseverance. Wally graduated from Stanford
in 1921, and if his family helped him pay for it, there’s no
record of it. It’s believed that he paid for college by working
several jobs. During the school year Wally would work in
concessions for Stanford football and basketball games, and
he was the house manager at his Sigma Chi fraternity. It’s
believed that in the summers, he earned money working as a
sailor, and that time spent on the sea fostered Wally’s love
of travel and of experiencing the world, and also inspired some
of Airstream’s early designs.
THE FIRST AIRSTREAM
In 1929, Wally Byam built the world’s first Airstream trailer. It started out as a tent contraption that he built on a Model T chassis, but it wasn’t a lot of fun in the rain (and Wally’s first wife Marion wasn’t a fan). So he replaced the tent with a teardrop-shaped permanent shelter – and added a stove and ice chest, too. It was easy to tow and caught the eye of other travelers, so much so that enough people asked Wally about it for him to decide it might be “a pretty good business to get into.” Good thing he did!
SME Chapter 76 JANUARY 2017 MEETING – DATE: TUESDAY, JANUARY 17, 2017.
SUBJECT: Tour of Community Tissue Services
A tour of the Community Tissue Services’ new state-of-the-art Center offering a built-in educational component that includes displays with interactive graphics.
- WHERE: 2900 College Drive. Kettering, OH. 45420
- WHEN: 6:00 pm
- DINNER: Local restaurant
- COST: No cost for tour
RESERVATIONS: Call Larry Borders at: 937-521-5342 Or E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org by Monday January 16, 2017.
THIS MONTH’S MEETING
Please plan to join us for the Tour of Community Tissue Services.
A tour of the Community Tissue Services’ new state-of-the-art Center offers a built-in educational component that includes displays with interactive graphics.
Staff members of Community Tissue Services comprise more than 300 professionals whose passion is to positively affect lives and practice good stewardship of the gift.
Community Tissue Services has a national network of distribution locations that allows for quick and efficient delivery. Each location keeps a strategic level of grafts on hand for emergency situations.
SME Christmas Party – Next month (December) we are having our annual Christmas Party at The Brixx in Downtown Dayton and everyone is welcome.
Date: December 14th
Time: 6:00- 9:00
On November 2nd we had our annual student night at the Helix Center located on University of Dayton’s Campus. The night was a success having right around 50 people in attendance including students, parents, and teachers from Centerville, Kettering Fairmont, and Chaminade Julienne.
First, Josh Cramer spoke about the SME in the student level and the job market in the future. Next, Ken Monnier spoke about Emerson Climate Technologies and the innovations they are doing with the Helix Center and then we broke into groups for a tour. This was very impressive.
We would like to thank everyone for helping to make this happen including: Josh Cramer from the SME, Ken Monnier and everyone at Emerson Climate Technologies for allowing us to use their facility.
Date and Time
Wed, November 2, 2016
6:00 PM – 9:00 PM EDT
The Helix Innovation Center by Emerson
40 West Stewart Street
Dayton, OH 45479
The SME Dayton Student Night is an effort to promote Manufacturing Engineering as a viable career path for both high school & college age youth through STEM education. This year SME Dayton has gained access to the new Helix Research Center on the University of Dayton campus for this event.
Rajan Rajendran (VP Systems Innovation Center & Sustainability) will be the keynote speaker and will share the mission of the Helix Center and how it relates to advanced manufacturing. The opening keynote session will begin at 6:00p.
A speaker from the Society of Manufacturing Engineers will also do a presentation on the new high school student memberships in SME and the PRIME program.
Pizza and light refreshments will be available at this event.
The Helix Center is a development and research outreach by Emerson Electric Corporation and the University of Dayton. Over several years, UD and Copeland Corporation (Sidney, Ohio), now part of Emerson, have developed a strong relationship through UD’s College of Engineering. Copeland Corporation is one of the world leaders in manufacturing cooling and refrigeration components. They were the first company to develop and market the “Scroll Compressor” for AC and refrigeration units. It is now the Gold Standard for these industries.
This event promises to offer many opportunities to speak with industry leaders and local resources in the area of manufacturing engineering. Don’t miss this opportunity to learn more about a promising career in manufacturing.
All attendees must be US citizens or be pre-aproved by Emerson Electric Corporation. Non-US citizens must supply background information prior to the event for approval by the trade compliance office.
Over 30,000 square feet of exhibition space showcasing the latest products and technologies shaping the future of manufacturing. Produced by the Dayton Region Manufacturers Association, AMTS is the region’s ONLY annual advanced manufacturing and technology-specific trade show of its kind… a MUST SEE for anyone in manufacturing in our region and beyond.
Wednesday, October 12, 2016 | 9 a.m. – 7 p.m.
Thursday, October 13, 2016 | 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Dayton Convention Center
22 East Fifth Street
Dayton, OH 45402
Where else can you see all the latest and greatest products affecting your industry in one location? And because we realize that the future of manufacturing in our region is of such great importance, we bring you this valuable event with FREE ADMISSION if you pre-register online ($10 at the door) and FREE PARKING.