Indiana High School’s Precision Machining Program Receives Donation

The Speroni Magis tool presetting and measuring system was donated to the program after it was replaced with newer equipment at Andretti Autosport in Indianapolis.

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Big Kaiser Precision Tooling Inc. recently donated a Speroni tool management system to the Precision Machining program at Plymouth Community Schools in Plymouth, Indiana.

The Speroni Magis tool presetting and measuring system was donated to the program after it was replaced with newer equipment at Andretti Autosport in Indianapolis. The machine was embellished with the race team logo and signed by racing legend Michael Andretti as well as current team drivers Marco Andretti and Ryan Hunter-Reay.

“Big Kaiser is a strong supporter of manufacturing education and workforce development, and we needed a home for this presetter,” says Doug Sumner, product manager for tool measuring systems (TMS). “It was great that we could donate the machine in Indiana, support the kids at Plymouth High School and get the team branding from our partners at Andretti Autosport.”  

The Plymouth Community Schools program is the result of a public-private consortium supported by ITAMCO (Indiana Technology and Manufacturing Company), Ivy Tech Community College, NCAVC (North Central Area Vocational Cooperative) and Plymouth Community Schools. The group’s mission is to better prepare students for the demands of today's technology-driven jobs.