An absolute highlight of the event: Jimmie Johnson's #48 stock car was onsite (delivered courtesy of Siemens) to illustrate the impact that digital design and simulation
tools have had on manufacturing and the importance of developing CAD skills as students prepare for their careers in the industry.
John Marshall High School students watch a robot in action on the Foseco plant floor in
Students crowd to get a close look at Jimmie Johnson’s #48 stock car at New Equipment
Digest's headquarters in downtown Cleveland.
Benedictine students toured SKF’s Highland Heights, Ohio, location to get a look at a modern
shop floor. Here, an SKF employee shows off the largest seal made in their facility.
Recruiting Manager Ryan Ellis preps students from Max S. Hayes High School for a tech-filled,
hands-on tour through Lincoln Electric's training and production facilities during the Cleveland
Mfg. Day event.