DENVER, N.C. — Leonard Automatics welcomes Scott Graham to the engineering team, the company says. As an automation engineer, it notes, Graham’s duties will include designing equipment controls to help the company improve machine functionality as technology advances.
Jacob Frushtick, VP of Leonard Automatics’ Leonard Fabrication Design (LFD) division says: “We are excited to welcome Scott to the Leonard team. His automation background will help us continue to deliver cutting edge technology in our products in this ever-evolving electronic world.”
Graham recently came from a major manufacturer of automated screw driving equipment, where he was the OEM support manager for all OEM’s in the U.S. including Ford, GM, Tesla, Mercedes Benz, Audi, and BMW.
“He wrote the software for the flow drilling equipment for Ford Motor Companies F150, F250, F350 and Navigator platforms,” the company relates.
His experience made him a technical expert for all flow drilling and thermal setting technology in the U.S., it writes.
“Graham’s projects,” the company further indicates, “also included support and process programming for the C7 corvette; interface, recovery, and software programming for Ford Motor Co.; support and process programming for Tesla Model S; material testing for BMW EPP fastening, and process programming and material testing for Alcoa.”
Graham’s education includes a B.S. in Computer Science from Mercy College in New York, it notes.
“I look forward to helping Leonard Automatics and LFD expand and excel into the future and I am excited to be part of the team,” Graham says.