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TTG Automation Hosts Ida Middle School Students on Manufacturing Day

TTG Automation Hosts Ida Middle School Students on Manufacturing Day

Oct. 8, 2019 – TTG Automation (TTGA), a Tooling Tech Group company hosted a class of eight grade students from Ida Middle School as part of Monroe County’s Manufacturing Day activities, designed to help youth gain a better understanding of manufacturing and the opportunities that exist to work in this field.

As part of their experience, Tyson Stoll, TTGA general manager, led the students on a facility tour explaining the various areas of operations including engineering, machining, assembly, sales and administrative functions. In the machining area, students were guided through the job sequence of a CNC machine and saw the metal cutting process in action.

After the tour, students were provided lunch in the company conference room where they viewed two videos, providing them insight into the history of automation and its impact on society, as well as the growing use of robots in industrial applications. This information helps students to understand that modern manufacturing requires a high level of creativity and a variety of skill sets.

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About Tooling Tech Group

Founded by Tony Seger in 1982 and headquartered in Macomb, Mich., the Tooling Tech Group has grown to become the largest tooling company in the United States serving the automotive industry with tooling used to produce a wide variety of vehicle components, including soft-trim, powertrain components, structural stampings, valve bodies, dashboard and under-the-hood components, thermo-acoustic panels, roof components, liquid reservoirs, trunk components, wheel liners and more.  

Non-automotive uses for the company’s tooling products include manufacturing of appliances, lawn & garden products, consumer goods, off-road equipment, marine products, agricultural equipment, heavy-trucks, industrial blow-molds, kayaks, small engines, and aerospace structures.