In today's society it would be impossible to succeed without the adoption of engineering. With each technical advancement we see, engineers are at the center of the scope - and because of that, we would like to take a moment to wish all of our fellow engineers a happy National Engineers Week!
What is National Engineers Week?
Finally, a holiday dedicated just to us! Starting in 1951, National Engineers Week was created, being observed every year during the week of George Washington's birthday, February 22. It is recognized by more than 70 engineering, education, and cultural societies, as well as 50 corporations and government agencies— you could say it's a big deal!
During this time, we'd like to say THANK YOU to all of our TriMech engineers (and the many engineering peers we work with on a daily basis). Watch the video below for a special message from TriMech to you:
Big Thanks to TriMech Engineers
With over 50 mechanical engineers and 460+ combined years of industry experience, our engineers make TriMech the team that we are. We are so proud of our team for the countless hours they dedicate to engineering services, rapid prototyping projects, support calls and training classes. Because of our talented engineers, we are confident that our clients will receive the best engineering solutions for their company.
And Big Thanks to Our Engineering Peers
Not only do we have the best engineers on our team, but we also are surrounded by engineering talent from our clients and solution partners. Whether we are working with the SOLIDWORKS community or the Stratasys, Desktop Metal and Artec teams, we wouldn't be successful without our premier partners.
Coming Full Circle
National Engineers Week inspires all sectors, all experience levels and all industries to recognize the importance of a technical education and a high level of math, science and technology literacy. Without these thought leaders on our team striving for better workflows and design efficiency, we wouldn't be where we are today.
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