Brian Clemmons | Automation Technician
YEARS OF SERVICE: 4
What do you do on a day-to-day basis at your job? I help keep optimal production levels by doing preventative maintenance on our machines, performing programming & modifications on our robotics, supporting changeovers and set-ups of our molds.
How did you arrive at your current position? What was your professional or career path? After earning my engineering degree, my professional career started with and has since encompassed electrical/electronic and mechanical troubleshooting along with installations and programming of some sort. For the last 7 years it has been focused in the automation field.
What is the best part of your job? I take a great amount of satisfaction from getting issues figured out, diagnosed and resolved and having that feeling of accomplishment.
Tyler Strupp | Toolmaker
YEARS OF SERVICE: 10
What do you do on a day-to-day basis? I create timelines and manufacturing processes for the molds I build. Then I execute them on the shop floor through milling, grinding, fitting, and assembly.
How did you arrive at your current position? What was your professional or career path? I started at MGS as a senior in high school. I trained on the wire EDM and Graphite mills while going through tech school, then signed on as an apprentice and completed the required hours and training to receive my certificate as a journeyman Tool and Die Maker.
What is the best part of your job? The best part about my job at MGS is the opportunity to grow in my position, and to learn from a great group of coworkers.