Mike Zimmerman, INVOTEC’s Engineering Manager, was promoted to Project Operations Manager. INVOTEC then brought Vince Barbisan on as the new Engineering Manager. Darlene Walsh was hired as the company’s new purchasing agent. To read the full article and learn more about these three employees and their responsibilities, click here.
The recession was just ending when INVOTEC co-creators John Hanna and Daryl Greywitt decided to strike out on their own in 1993. Recessions are not usually ideal for job hunting, but they are known for motivating entrepreneurs to follow through on good ideas, which is just what Hanna and Greywitt did. Both men were working for the same employer at the time, and it looked like things were about to start going downhill within the company. “We decided that we … Read More
DAYTON, OH – As part of a strategic reorganization effort to increase the emphasis on project management and customer-focused communication, INVOTEC Engineering, Inc. has filled several positions over the last year, as well as adding two new positions. The management team feels that these additional employees will give INVOTEC an increased capability to solve customers’ manufacturing problems in a flexible and innovative way. INVOTEC understands the advantages of increased project management and oversight. In continuing with the reorganization efforts, long-time … Read More
Today, INVOTEC Engineering, Inc. has over 45 full-time employees, who create “custom-designed assembly and test systems” while working in a 29,000 sq. ft. building. A lot has changed in eighteen years, since the inception of INVOTEC. In 1993, John Hanna and Daryl Greywitt, two engineering co-workers, did the groundwork to start their own company. The name INVOTEC was born after synthesizing the words ‘innovation’ and ‘technology’. The company’s first home was in a 1,500 sq. ft. office in Centerville, OH. … Read More
It’s the new and improved INVOTEC booth… INVOTEC exhibited at the Automation Technology Expo West from February 8th-10th 2011. This was a regional show, which combined seven other shows, including MD&M Midwest, PlasTec Midwest, and Green Manufacturing, with the AT Expo. INVOTEC made some big changes this year – this was our first 20’ x 20’ booth at ATX West, and we switched from the Medical Design and Manufacturing side of the show to the Automation Expo side. In making … Read More
Click here to read the full Rubber World article about INVOTEC. Manual inspection of a four-inch wide, eight-inch circumference elastomeric band is difficult because there is no objective way for a human inspector to determine what is or is not a defect. In general, defects are areas that are darker or lighter than the surrounding material. Invotec Engineering, Miamisburg, OH, was asked by the company that produces the bands if machine vision could be used to define an objective specification … Read More