EWS MX Robot Challenge
Posted April 11, 2018

Yazaki group every year hosts a big robot challenge in Durango city, the participants need to be Mechanical and Mechatronics engineers from all superior college and institutes, in this case our winners belong to the ITD (Institute Technological of Durango) last semester of Mechatronics engineering, the general rules of the challenge include:
 
  • Max dimension on length, width and height must be 13” or less
  • Max weight must be 10kg or less
  • The robot must resist height test and still being functional for the challenge (quick repairs are allowed after height test)
  • The main objective is to immobilize your opponent in a certain way not to cause damage
  • The robot must be self driven (so every robot make a self decision to immobilize the opponent), RC control is not allowed to control the robot.
  • Any kind of material can be used on the construction of the robot, there is no limits
 
IN the picture above, from left to right we have every member of the team “Tuchi”, the name of the robot is the name of the team as well.
 
Names from left to right:
  • Carolina Soria
  • Francisco Martinez
  • Mario Verdin
  • Alejandro Avitia
  • Sadrac Martinez (missing on the picture)
Essex Weld Learning Partner
Posted October 24, 2017













 
 
EWS Leamington in partnership with the Windsor-Essex Catholic District School Board; provided 6 youths with a memorable cooperative education experience. The students are enrolled in the Ontario Youth Apprenticeship Program which allows them to gain access to the trades, and begin apprenticeship training as part of their high school diploma. EWS Leamington was happy to partake in the efforts of these youth to transition from high school to the workplace in a skilled trade. The students developed an awareness for Health & Safety, and an appreciation for a Manufacturing work environment.









 
Freedom to Innovate
Posted July 27, 2016


Jacob Unger utilized his innovative skill to create a new safe zone feature for the production line. As shown in the picture this device will be used as a block to prevent racks from rolling into each other on the production line when employees are working on them.  
We encourage our team members to be creative in the pursuit of excellence.
HR recognized Jacob's innovation and Jacob was rewared. 
 
Freedom to Innovate December 2015
Posted December 28, 2015
Matt Janisse, a supervisor at Essex Weld Solutions came up with an idea to save time, and create a safer way of conducting business for our prep department. Congratulations Matt. 

Freedom to Innovate
Posted August 12, 2015

Ben Friesen had a great idea, and implemented battery recycling containers at each facility to save our environment, and reduce our carbon footprint as a company.
Ben exercised part of our company culture with his freedom to innovate, and in the result helps everyone! Way to go Ben!
 

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