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STUFF Made in Connecticut - Fall 2018

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F a l l 2 0 1 8 • S T U F F 5 3 S T U F F M a d e I n C T . c o m ARCOR Laser's Internship Program carefully monitors meaningful learning experiences in which individuals have intentional, professional goals and reflect actively on accomplishments throughout their time in production, laser welding, CNC programming, engineering and quality control. ARCOR participates in food and clothing drives to the local food shelf and homeless communities. The company also makes annual donations to charities such as Nutmeg Big Brothers Big Sisters, Amy's Angels, and children's diabetes and cancer nonprofits, to name a few. ARCOR LASER SERVICES ARCOR Laser Services specializes in laser-materials processing services, system integration and the development of intellectual property opportunities. The company offers contract manufacturing services from original concept through tool design and fabrication, from laser welding, drilling, cutting and marking, to fully integrated turn-key systems. "Your inherent strengths fit somewhere within the scope of the manufacturing field; explore different paths until you find your niche." www. ARCORLaser.com Address: 4 Kenny Roberts Memorial Dr., Suffield CT 06078 Additional locations: 21 Kenny Roberts Memorial Dr., Suffield CT 06078 Full-time employees: 85 Year founded: 2004 Owner: Gary Francoeur C O M PA N Y P R O F I L E ARCOR Laser offers precise, reliable, high-quality welds, drilling and cutting for a wide range of materials including precision laser processing for medical and other applications. Experience and expertise, combined with the latest technologies, allows ARCOR to perform laser processing at great speed and efficiency. Medical, aerospace, alternative energy, firearms, power generation, semiconductor, sensors and transportation. Research and Development: • Application developers Engineering: • Mechanical engineers • Systems engineers Quality: • Quality manager • Quality engineers • Inspectors • CMM programmers Production: • Production supervisors • Production/weld technicians Supply Chain: • Shipping and receiving Current Career Opportunities: • CNC lathe programmer • Quality engineer C O M M U N I T Y E N G A G E M E N T C A R E E R / J O B O P P O R T U N I T I E S M A R K E T S / C U S TO M E R S I N T E R N S H I P P R O G R A M Team ARCOR - Running in the Annual Rugged Maniac 5k Obstacle Race POSITION: Quality Engineer AGE: 28 SCHOOLS: Holyoke Community College, University of Massachusetts, Air Force technical schools YEARS AT COMPANY: 3 Lea Rodriques P R O D U C T S

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