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May 14, 2014

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EE Technologies
May 14, 2014
5:30 – 7:30 pm

EETechnologies LogoIf you’ve played on such slot machines as Sex in the City and Wheel of Fortune, you’ve seen the work of Reno’s high-end contract manufacturer, EE Technologies. This local company produced the toppers and lights for those and many other gaming machines.

EE Technologies Production Manager Jeffrey Colclough, a 12-year employee of the local contract manufacturing company, inspects the electronic parts of a card reader used in gaming machines.

EE Technologies Production Manager Jeffrey Colclough, a 12-year employee of the local contract manufacturing company, inspects the electronic parts of a card reader used in gaming machines.

But, that’s not all…the company also manufactured all of the LED lighting in the Ford Fusion—from door handles to the glove box to the multicolored ambient lighting.

“The products we manufacture are found in cars and casinos around the world,” said Sonny Newman, president of the company, which employs roughly 125 in Reno and 300 in Mexico. “No matter where you are on the globe, there is a product we have touched.”

EE Technologies engineers, manufactures, assembles and ships components ranging from sensors and printed circuit boards to mechanical assemblies for a range of products. In addition to automotive lighting, the company produces lumbar, suspension and bolster systems, wire forms, mechanical control cables and seating components.

External covers for card readers on the assembly line at Reno’s EE Technologies will be used on the identification card slots of gaming machines.

External covers for card readers on the assembly line at Reno’s EE Technologies will be used on the identification card slots of gaming machines.

It also manufactures the electronics for rugged pulsed radar collision avoidance systems for heavy equipment operators. Recently it shipped 20 varieties of sensors for classroom science experiments to Kazakhstan, where every child in the country will receive one. .

EE Technologies also manufactures medical devices, sophisticated food processing equipment, along with components for educational, scientific and communications devices.
Throughout the spotless 65,000 sq. ft. facility is a series of huge computer displays—part of an extensive computer system that monitors production, output, quality and performance.

Join us for a tour of the 65,000 sq. ft. facility in Reno—and find out more about how this local business is making a global impact.

 Learn more about EE Techonologies by watching this video presentation.

 

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Wednesday, May 14, 2014, 5:30 – 7:30
• $15 – NCET members
• $25 – non-members
• $10 – children under 18
• $35 – walk-ins and all payments made at the door
Please note: Members or non-members who would like to bring a child under 18, please register yourself first and then re-register for your child.

NCET members receive substantial discounts on NCET events and your membership pays for itself quickly. Join NCET now and save.

EE Technologies Inc.
9455 Double R Boulevard
Reno, NV 89521
Reno (map)

For more information, contact NCET at (775) 453-0130 or info@NCET.org.

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