It is such an honor to be able to do work for Firemen that are protecting our families from harm. This appreciation letter, linked below, will be hung in our lobby to show our pride in our community servants.
Welcome all!!! It is back to school time at RPW/Elite.
WHAT: Reliable Plating Works and Elite Finishing will be holding our Annual Plating Classes every Friday in February. The day will begin with lunch at noon followed by a plant tour and classes on metal finishing.
WHO: This event is free to all customers, suppliers, company personnel, and friends. If you know someone that would benefit please feel free to pass this information onto them! Bring your Buyers, Engineers, Designers, and Customer Service personnel, anyone whose job will benefit from understanding the plating process.
WHEN: Start looking for a Friday in February that works for you and contact Jaime via email or phone with any questions or to reserve a spot. WHY: Even if you have attended in the past it will be a good refresher that will include new information and discuss current and past problem projects.
QUESTIONS & REGISTRATION: Contact Jaime, or contact your RPW/Elite representative to sign up or gain more info.
KEEP IN MIND: The Plating classes are filling up fast due to an overwhelming demand. The first class scheduled for February 1st only has two spots left, the class on the 8th has only 3 openings, the class on the 15th has 16 openings and the class on the 22nd has 5 openings. Please contact us as soon as possible so that we can get you registered. If there is enough interest, we can add an additional day in March.
DATES: 2/1/13, 2-8-13, 2/15/13 and 2-22-13
(More dates may be added if attendance requires)
Plant Tour – Receiving through Shipping
What is plating?
How plating protects against corrosion?
Run rates, Quality Requirements, Yield
Designing the Process while Balancing Need and Capability
Metal finishing – Why Polish/Buff? Why use Vibratory?
Material choices Pro’s and Con’s
Show and Tell
Samples of good, bad & interesting projects
Bring you problem projects to discuss
Attendees will receive lunch on site, classroom materials and a memory stick with the information discussed in class.
Have a Great Day! Hope to see you in class!
A Conversation With … Tim Pyznarski : Products Finishing
Julian Maliszewski joined the company in April 1929 and became the company’s bookkeeper. At that time RPW employed five people who ran polishing and buffing equipment, as well as, hand dipping Copper, Nickel, Chrome, Cadmium and Zinc plating.