Stein Industries Inc. was founded in 1992 by company president Dan Steinhaur along with a number of highly skilled and experienced associates. This core group collectively brought with it a wealth of expertise in coil winding, transformer design, manufacturing, and testing of high voltage transformers and DC supplies.
Since its incorporation, Stein Industries Inc. has developed an extensive product line to meet the highest industrial standards in the broadcast, power generation, pollution control, power distribution and advanced research sectors. Stein Industries Inc. manufactures power supplies for use with the new multi-collector, energy saving IOT devices now being introduced by various tube vendors. More than five years ago Stein Industries Inc. acquired a small manufacturer of electronic components utilized in our Transformers. This acquisition has led to the growth and development of our contract electronics manufacturing, LED lighting product line and the luxlinx™ smart lighting control solutions. Stein Industries Inc. will continue developing by addressing the needs of our customers and making investments in research and development to innovate existing products and creating cutting-edge solutions for the future.
WEEF stands for the Waterloo Engineering Endowment Foundation. The foundation was founded in 1990 by two engineering students, Avi Belinsky and John Vellinga. The goal of WEEF is to continuously improve the educational environment for undergraduate engineering students, and maintain our outstanding reputation.
The premise of WEEF is simple. WEEF collects donations and puts them into a fund. The interest earned on the fund is spent each year on undergraduate laboratory equipment, student projects, computer upgrades and academic tools/teaching facilities. The principal portion of the fund is never spent which allows the interest each year to grow, hence "The Gift That Keeps On Giving".
Part of Canada's largest engineering school, the Mechanical and Mechatronics Engineering department at the University of Waterloo is home to nearly 1600 undergraduates, graduate students, faculty and staff. MME programs are designed to produce skilled problem solvers, leaders and innovators able to create mechanical systems and electro-mechanical designs that impact industries and improve the world.
As one of the largest departments in the Faculty of Engineering at the University of Waterloo, Mechanical and Mechatronics Engineering delivers a wide variety of programs at both the undergraduate and graduate levels, and carries out extensive research in fields such as automation and control, microelectromechanical systems, automotive technology, and materials engineering and processing.
The Engineering Society is the official representative for all engineering undergraduate students at the University of Waterloo and exists to support students through their time at Waterloo academically, socially, and professionally.
Dassault Systemes SOLIDWORKS Corp. offers complete 3D software tools that let you create, simulate, publish, and manage your data. SOLIDWORKS products are easy to learn and use, and work together to help you design products better, faster, and more cost-effectively. The SOLIDWORKS focus on ease-of-use allows more engineers, designers and other technology professionals than ever before to take advantage of 3D in bringing their designs to life.
Hatch is a multi-disciplinary engineering consulting firm, with over six decades of experience in the Metals, Minerals, Energy, and Infrastructure industries. Consisting of 9,000 staff with experience in over 150 countries, Hatch strives to transform the world by providing smart, efficient, and innovative solutions to the client's toughest challenges.