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Aristo Announces New Personnel
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Company: Aristo Machines Inc, IN, United States
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Aristo Machines established provider of tube end forming systems, has announced the addition of a series of new team members.

Mr Don Leonhard has been appointed as vice president of engineering, with responsibility of managing the engineering function in accordance with Aristos business priorities in customer requirements and long-term business goals. Formally a chief engineer at JD Gould Company Inc and development engineer at NIBCO, Mr Leonhard has an extensive background in mechanical engineering. He has been an active member of the Solenoid Valve Section of the Fluid Control Institute (FCI).

Mr Francis Zhang has become Aristos system design engineer, giving him engineering responsibility for complete hydraulic forming systems. Having previously worked for Pines Manufacturing and Adaptive Motion in the design and build of tube bending machines, Mr Zhang has an extensive background in mechanical engineering with particular experience in tube bending systems. Mr Zhang received his formal academic training in his native China and later supplemented that with a degree from the University of Akron.

Mr James Allman has been made controls technician at the company, with responsibility for the design and construction of machine control systems on standard machines, as well as working with engineering on the development of new and custom systems that integrate new technologies. Mr Allman has an extensive background in electrical and software engineering, from hands on system builds as well as management experience.

Tracy Woodall has been appointed as Aristos tool design engineer. Mr Woodall brings an extensive background as a tool engineer, including time spent with Britt Tool in Brazil, IN, and Hittle Machine and Tool in Indianapolis. An associate professor at Vincennes University, he has taught classes in drafting and CAD, as well as in jig and fixture design. In his new role, Mr Woodall will work on the detailed design of the tooling for Aristo machines (both standard and custom applications).


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