GOCC Machine Shop receives new equipment

Students in the Glen Oaks Community College’s machine-tool program will now be able to work and learn on a new piece of equipment, thanks to Vaupell Midwest Molding of Constantine.
Vaupell has donated an electrical-discharge machine to be housed in the newly renovated Machine Shop at the college.
The donation means Vaupell is able to assist in helping educate Glen Oaks students in machine shop and tooling, according to Jeremy Howard, plant manager at Vaupell and a Glen Oaks alumnus.
Electrical-discharge machining, sometimes referred to as spark machining or burning, is a manufacturing process whereby a desired shape is obtained using electrical discharges.

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