On October 6th, we hosted 32 students from Aloha and Southridge high schools to tour our office for National Manufacturing Day. They learned about packaging and product testing in our production area, saw demos of our sensors with Dave Vernier, played in our augmented reality sandbox, and asked questions with Congresswoman Suzanne Bonamici.

[news_gallery] news._61588._national-manufacturing-day-2017.001.jpg::Dave Vernier demonstrates our Go Direct Force and Acceleration
news._61588._national-manufacturing-day-2017.002.jpg::Students explore our augmented reality sandbox
news._61588._national-manufacturing-day-2017.003.jpg::Kevin Taylor talks about how our sensors are designed
news._61588._national-manufacturing-day-2017.004.jpg::Student rides the slide
news._61588._national-manufacturing-day-2017.005.jpg::Andrea Garcia teaches students how to fold our LabQuest Stream boxes
news._61588._national-manufacturing-day-2017.006.jpg::Students shown how we test our products for quality assurance
news._61588._national-manufacturing-day-2017.007.jpg::Congresswoman Suzanne Bonamici speaks to students about the importance of manufacturing
news._61588._national-manufacturing-day-2017.008.jpg::Congresswoman Suzanne Bonamici talks about her work in politics