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Seaway Area Tech Students Complete Metalworking Project for Local Charity Event

Seaway Area Tech Students Complete Metalworking Project for Local Charity Event

Seaway Area Tech Center in Norwood has recently began training their Metalworking Technologies students on the program's new Plasma CNC table. The integration of the programming with the technology of the table brings a new training opportunity to the program. The first production projects created with this new tool were sponsor plaques for a local charity event, custom-made by two seniors in the Metalworking Tech program.

The Wounded Warrior Outdoor Adventures organization recently held their Second Annual Warrior Challenge Run. The students wanted to lend their new skills to this event. Using various design software, the students created custom plaques that will be given to sponsors of the event. Pictured below (left to right) are: Coleman Whitman (Canton High School), Mr. Ken Plumb (Instructor and WWOA organizer), and Noah Hargrave (Massena High School).

WWOA Plaque Project

The two students created, cut, welded, and painted these plaques. Great job to these hardworking individuals! Thank you to WWOA for working with our students to create these plaques  and for all you do for our veteran and active military members and their families.

 


 

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