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Virtual Lecture: Meet the Manufacturer with Amorphic Tech

February 28 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Free

The National Museum of Industrial History continues its 2021 Meet the Manufacturer Virtual Lecture Series on Sunday, February 28th at 7pm with Andrew Schevets, President of Amorphic Tech Ltd.

After spending several years supporting the water and rotating machinery industries, Andrew Schevets sought to create a technical solution to bring water technologies and industrial equipment to life.  At the close of 2013, Amorphic Tech Ltd was founded.  Over the years, as their top-tier manufacturing capabilities have grown, so has their customer base.  From the Federal Government to Fortune 500 companies, Amorphic Tech provides design & development, prototyping & manufacturing and comprehensive fluid system solutions from its headquarters in Allentown.

Join Andria Zaia, NMIH’s Curator of Collections and R. Scott Unger, Executive Director of Allentown Economic Development Corporation for a lively chat exploring the innovative work of modern-day Lehigh Valley manufacturer Amorphic Tech Ltd.

About our guest, Andrew Schevets, President of Amorphic Tech Ltd
Andrew Schevets is a mechanical engineer by vocation and an entrepreneur by profession.  He has a serious passion for creating and is currently President at Amorphic Tech Ltd, bringing ideas, machines, and industrial equipment into reality.  Through Amorphic Tech, he has delivered products all over the globe to several Fortune 500 end users.  He holds 2 patents and has several others pending, in the field of waste energy recovery and additive manufacturing.  Andrew’s energy recovery development work has been funded by both the US Bureau of Reclamation and the Department of Energy.  He resides in Bethlehem with his lovely wife-to-be Liz and faithful companion Edwards, with his favorite past times being canoeing, hiking, and camping.

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Date:
February 28
Time:
7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Cost:
Free