Last week Farrat’s Technical Director of Non-Structural Vibration Isolation, Ryan Arbabi, visited the University of Salford to discuss rewarding careers in Acoustics with 1st year undergraduates.
The vibration control presentation delivered by Ryan covered; why vibration control (isolation) is necessary, what/where to typically Isolate, Vibration Isolation theory, different types of vibration isolation, alongside a showcase of high calibre project examples as an introduction to a career in Acoustics & to promote our current openings for 2x KTP Research and Development Engineers.
Farrat received great feedback from all the attendees, with most of the students showing interest in an apprenticeship within Farrat with the scope to produce experimental data to be included into research studies.
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Congratulations to Farrat CEO Oliver Farrell, who has been elected as a Fellow of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers (FIMECHE).
Becoming a Fellow is recognition of a professional engineer working in a senior role with significant autonomy and responsibility. It is the highest level of membership and demonstrates wealth of experience, commitment and extraordinary contribution to engineering.
For more information on IMECHE Membership, please visit the Institute of Mechanical Engineers official website: www.imeche.org
Today Farrat attend the Trafford Fab Lab official opening in Altrincham – a collaboration between Trafford Council, Trafford College and the Manchester-based Manufacturing Institute.
Fab Labs were set up to inspire people to turn their ideas into new products and prototypes by giving them access to a range of advanced digital manufacturing technology. Farrat strongly believe in supporting UK Manufacturing and are pleased to work with the Manufacturing Institute to promote the facility within the local community.
Neville Chamberlain, Chairman of the Manufacturing Institute said: “Fab Labs go right to the heart of our mission – to support manufacturing. Altrincham is the perfect spot for a Fab Lab.
“We’re right in the middle of the town centre, with great public transport links, and we have the fantastic support of our partners Trafford Council and Trafford College. We look forward to making this Fab Lab a special success. ”
Cllr Sean Anstee, Leader of Trafford Council, alo added: “I am delighted to be involved in the launch of the new Trafford Fab Lab which is an excellent example of partnership working between the Council, Manufacturing Institute and Trafford College.
“Trafford Fab Lab will be accessible to all residents young and old and local businesses to encourage entrepreneurship and the growth and development of manufacturing skills. Trafford Fab Lab has got off to a great start and I look forward to seeing it go from strength to strength. ”
If you wish to get involved with Trafford Fab Lab, contact 0161 928 0809 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.