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Electrified education

An all-electric e-motion 200/110 has been donated to the St. Clair College of Applied Arts & Technology (Windsor, ON) by Engel Canada Inc. (York, PA; www.engelglobal.com/na) for use by students in its School of Engineering/Technology and Skilled Trades. Its new all-electric replaces two 60-ton hydraulics and will be operated 6-8 hours a week in classes attended by up to 100 students.

Amie Chitwood

November 24, 2008

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Electrified education

An all-electric e-motion 200/110 has been donated to the St. Clair College of Applied Arts & Technology (Windsor, ON) by Engel Canada Inc. (York, PA; www.engelglobal.com/na) for use by students in its School of Engineering/Technology and Skilled Trades. Its new all-electric replaces two 60-ton hydraulics and will be operated 6-8 hours a week in classes attended by up to 100 students.

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“We operate a one-of-a-kind center,” says Bruce Gadal, a supervisor at the college. “Students design and build molds, but also have the opportunity to test them by producing parts.” At the college’s 25,000-ft2 machine shop, mold design and engineering classes are held, as well as apprenticeships and postsecondary programs for skilled trades.

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