Congratulations to Clairton BotsIQ team Noisy Boy for winning the BEST SPORTSMANSHIP award and the COOLEST BOT award!
Also, congrats to both Clairton BotsIQ teams on fighting well at this year’s Southwestern PA BotsIQ Competition! The event had 60 schools with 77 teams competing; Team Noisy Boy made it to round 7, and Team Lady Bug made it to round 4. Way to go!
Last Week to Register! Solve Your Manufacturing Challenges. Come visit us with a free VIP registration for the upcoming Design-2-Part trade show in Oaks, PA on April 26 & 27.
Ace Wire Spring & Form Co., Inc. is honored to announce it has won a 2017 Family Business Award from the Pittsburgh Business Times. We are proud to be a part of an event that honors our region’s incredible multi-generational, family-owned businesses for overall excellence, innovation, ethics and philanthropy. We would like to recognize and congratulate fellow winners…
Come visit us with a free VIP registration for the upcoming Design-2-Part trade show in Oaks, PA on April 26 & 27.
BotsIQ 2017 Preliminaries – Battle Highlights
BotsIQ 2017 Preliminaries – Clairton Highlights
Some highlights of Clairton High School BotsIQ teams’ battles, first in regular speed, then in slow motion, at the 2017 BotsIQ Preliminaries. Ace Wire Spring is proud to again sponsor the Clairton High School BotsIQ teams. Good luck in the finals!
BOTS IQ – Southwestern PA – provides an exciting, hands-on experience through business/education partnerships to build the current and future workforce needed by the manufacturing industry.
Ace Wire Spring & Form is excited to again be a sponsor of the Clairton High School BotsIQ team.
Science-Technology-Engineering and Math!
SWPA BotsIQ 2017 Finals
April 28th – April 29th
CAL U Convocation Center
250 University Ave
California, PA 15419
Rose George, Ace’s Engineering Sales Manager, taking a moment from volunteering at the BotsIQ Preliminaries for photos with the Clairton BotsIQ teams.
Happy St. Patrick’s Day from Ace Wire Spring & Form!
Ace Wire Spring & Form Co., Inc. recently was visited by students of CCAC’s Mechatronics program. Students in the Mechatronics program study a field of science that combines mechanical engineering, electronics, and computer engineering.