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Waupaca Foundry Builds and Donates Hydraulic Ram for Waupaca and Portage County
After the Waupaca County Sheriff’s Department received a surplus MRAP vehicle, the department identified the need for a ram to make the vehicle more useful in keeping officers safe during high-risk situations. For manufacturing such a piece, the department reached out to Waupaca Foundry to design, fabricate and install a hydraulic arm and push plate that could provide entrance to a barricaded area.
Ally Melby | Waupaca Foundry #award #community #donation #giving #safety #waupaca
OCTC graduating 615 students
Armando Ramirez Rodriguez of Owensboro, who also received an associate of applied science degree in computerized manufacturing and machining, plans to work at the Waupaca Foundry in Tell City, where he had an internship, and continue his education at Western Kentucky University.
Keith Lawrence | Messenger-Inquirer #culture #tellcity