National Engineers Week will be observed by more than 70 societies and 50 corporations and government agencies, not to mention here at Vlier, from February 18–24. The observation, first celebrated in 1951, calls attention to the importance of learning math, science and technical skills. More than that, it is intended to shine light on the many contributions engineers make to the world around us—and we hope to follow suit through this blog post.
Precision Engineering When Precision Counts
Vlier products can be found across the gamut of industries—aerospace, defense, transportation, medical, telecommunications, to name a few. Read: industries that require precision engineering. Our parts are found in satellite towers, credit card devices and medical devices like defibrillators and contribute to the manufacture of robotics, conveyor systems and aircraft seating. To say that our engineers are obsessive about quality would be an understatement (and our ISO:9001 certification substantiates this). There is no room for error. In addition to carrying out technical drawings with extreme care, utilizing math and science teachings at the heart of the week-long celebration, the Vlier team works with an underlying fervor to design parts that provide the lowest cost and maximum value in productivity and dependable performance.
Celebrate with Us
Interested in learning more about our company or product offerings? Feel free to peruse our website, our CAD Library or contact our Engineering Staff. If a standard product doesn’t meet your requirements, we stand at the ready to provide comprehensive support for a special design that will.
We’d say that’s a good reason to celebrate this week.