Tony’s Welding hosts MTHS students for Manufacturing Day


Students of Miami Trace High School watch as Devin Morrison, project manager, and Bruce Kingery, shop foreman, demonstrate the operations of the press brake. As part of Manufacturing Day 2017, Tony’s Welding & Fabrication in Washington C.H. opened its doors to students from MTHS as part of an effort to change people’s perceptions about today’s manufacturing environment and draw attention to the outstanding opportunities that a career in manufacturing can provide.


Students of Miami Trace High School watch as Devin Morrison, project manager, and Bruce Kingery, shop foreman, demonstrate the operations of the press brake. As part of Manufacturing Day 2017, Tony’s Welding & Fabrication in Washington C.H. opened its doors to students from MTHS as part of an effort to change people’s perceptions about today’s manufacturing environment and draw attention to the outstanding opportunities that a career in manufacturing can provide.

Students of Miami Trace High School watch as Devin Morrison, project manager, and Bruce Kingery, shop foreman, demonstrate the operations of the press brake. As part of Manufacturing Day 2017, Tony’s Welding & Fabrication in Washington C.H. opened its doors to students from MTHS as part of an effort to change people’s perceptions about today’s manufacturing environment and draw attention to the outstanding opportunities that a career in manufacturing can provide.
http://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2017/10/web1_IMG_0422.jpgStudents of Miami Trace High School watch as Devin Morrison, project manager, and Bruce Kingery, shop foreman, demonstrate the operations of the press brake. As part of Manufacturing Day 2017, Tony’s Welding & Fabrication in Washington C.H. opened its doors to students from MTHS as part of an effort to change people’s perceptions about today’s manufacturing environment and draw attention to the outstanding opportunities that a career in manufacturing can provide.