The U.S. Department of Education has chartered a five-year strategy to promote access to education in the fields of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math).
The View From Vlier: Our Blog
Check our blog for the latest industry news, updates, trade show announcements and product launches.
Five Holiday Gift Ideas for Engineers
We’re partial to engineers. After all, we employ quite a few to design and build our world-renowned precision parts for aerospace, transportation, medical devices and many other international industries.
Honoring the History of Aviation Innovation
The first successful airplane flew for 12 seconds and 120 feet, a milestone to honor now during National Aviation History Month.
Vlier: Helping great makers make great things
June 21–27 is National Week of Making, which celebrates the creativity, ingenuity and innovation of makers of every stripe, and across the many industries in which our parts play a starring role: aerospace, defense, medical, among many others.
May is Military Appreciation Month
Vlier is proud to support the Army, Navy, Air Force, Coast Guard, Marines and National Guard.
Celebrating National Inventors Month
Quick! In honor of National Inventors Month, we’d like for you to name an inventor.
Vlier Continues to Invent Amazing During National Engineers Week
Invent amazing. It’s the theme of National Engineers Week, taking place February 17–23, and it’s what Vlier has been doing…
Taking Flight During National Aviation History Month
During National Aviation History Month we’d like to take a moment to reflect on our innovative products that have allowed the aviation industry to “take flight” for over 75 years and counting.
Vlier Innovates on National Manufacturing Day!
Today is National Manufacturing Day, an observation meant to inspire the next generation by highlighting past, present and future innovations.
3, 2, 1…Liftoff! It’s National Aerospace Week!
Initially established by the Aerospace Industries, National Aerospace Week was officially recognized by Congress in 2010 and has been observed…