Jimmy has a passion for making sure the community has opportunities for students to excel in many industries and because of that continues to host the Middle Tennessee State University Golf Outing every year to raise projects for the university – to date they have raised approximately $75,000 for the university through this program. If you would like to participate in the golf event or contribute to the program, please contact us or click on the link below to learn more.
The Davis Groupe, employees 2 interns each year and the employees and interns have a valuable learning experience from the collaboration.
Community Involvement is a core value for our firm. Not only do we believe in providing value for our customers, we believe strongly that we should service our community. We give back to our community through several ways. If you would like to join us in our efforts, please contact us. We would love to have you help us help our community.
The Davis Groupe is a member of the Precision Metalforming Association, a trade association representing the $137 billion Metal forming industry of North America. Tom Kelly, A Sales Manager with The Davis Groupe is pictured here and also serves as a board member for the TN District who was able to provide $15,000 in scholarships and grants in 2018 to qualifying students, colleges and university’s supporting the industry. The Metal forming industry creates precision metal products using stamping fabrication, spinning, slide forming and roll forming technilogies and other value added processes.
Each spring, engineering and technology students from around the world gather in Huntsville, Alabama to participate in the Human Exploration Rover Challenge. Andrew Ansley, employee of The Davis Groupe, LLC co-led a team at the 2018 Technology Challenge at MTSU where teams of students were asked to focus on wheel design and fabrication. Andrew coordinated the 3D printing of the wheel components. 3D printing is a long process and the with the help of team leader Tony Cheatham they reduced the print time from eight days to two days and twenty-two hours.
Throughout the process the teams learned about machining, prototyping, simulation, CAD, and safety, and about objective-based project planning and execution. They learned to design based on manufacturing capabilities and constraints, and to work within a budget. Perhaps most importantly, they learned the value of teamwork and organization, and that everyone contributes something unique and signiﬁcant.
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