AME's Nick Rupprecht Joins Fixture Group as New Business Unit Manager
Rockford, Illinois, USA -- [12/29/2017] -- Advanced Machine & Engineering’s (AME)
Nick Rupprecht is joining the Fixture Group, AMROK®, as its new Business Unit Manager.
AMROK® is a turn-key fixturing leader that designs and builds advanced custom CNC fixtures for the global manufacturing industry. The AMROK® team leverages a practical understanding of the machining environment to design and build fixtures that meet the demands of the industry.
“With his education and work experience in engineering, the time he has spent in our Marketing Group, and his broad exposure to all AME’s products, Nick will be a great addition to the Fixture Group,” says Steve Schubert, Chief Sales Officer at AME.
Rupprecht started at AME in February of 2014 as a mechanical engineer in the saw department. He worked on machine sub-assembly designs under the direction of Willy Goellner and Chris Rindels. From there, he moved to the marketing department to create CAD models and 3D renderings for the AME website.
On November 15th, 2017, Nick received his Certified Manufacturing Technology Sales Engineer (CMTSE) designation.
“I am both excited and humbled for being given this opportunity. There will be many new people to meet and things to be learned. We feel that there is a positive future in store for the Fixturing Group here at AME. I will strive to help our team make this feeling a reality and bring our division to the next level.”
About Advanced Machine & Engineering Co.
Advanced Machine & Engineering® (AME) was founded in 1966 out of Rockford, Illinois (USA) by Willy Goellner. Originally known as Advanced Engineering Co., AME has developed into a global leader in machine tool components and metal cutting machines for over 50 years. With strong core values supporting STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) education, AME’s robust apprenticeship and community outreach programs ensure a secure, innovative environment that supports AME facilities and the development of the American manufacturing movement.