Rentapen Inc., the weld fixture specialists, located in Waukesha, Wisconsin hires intern from Waukesha County Technical College.
Rentapen is involved with WCTC’s Internship Program, which is an opportunity for companies to hire students for a period of time in order for the students to gain more workforce experience.
Rentapen welcomes Emily Young, a junior from WCTC as a summer intern. Young is studying Mechanical Design Technologies at WCTC. She first came to Rentapen to do a job-shadow. She shadowed one of the 3D CAD Designers to get a feeling of what Rentapen does on a daily basis.
Now she has been updating the Pro Engineer (Pro/E) library for Rentapen’s RAPid Tooling Components™ and frequent purchased parts, for instance RAPid Clamp Risers™. Young also has been learning to do production drawings and has been helping out with shipping and receiving.
“We are so pleased to have Emily join us this summer. She has a great attitude and is very intelligent. She quickly learned and used Rentapen’s Pro/E enhancements that make the 3D CAD software work faster and better for our weld fixture designers,” said Susan Straley, President and Queen of the Lean Machine Design at Rentapen Inc.
Last year Rentapen took on two interns. Peter Christiansen, who was Rentapen’s IT Programmer Intern, and Kory Maier, the CAD Drafter Intern. Both interns were hired as full time employees by the end of 2011.
Rentapen provides jobs, training and opportunities for people who work together to help manufacturers reduce costs of tooling to make their products.
Rentapen’s RAPid Tooling Components™ was developed by Rentapen’s skilled engineering team. RAPid Tooling Components™ also known as RTC, are an extension of Rentapen’s mission to save manufacturers costs. These standardized yet versatile components can save hundreds of dollars per weld fixture. RTC saves engineering time and build time, that result in big savings for manufacturers.