Sigma Design Company moved in on October 28th to its new “Technology Commercialization and New Product Manufacturing Center” in Middlesex, New Jersey.
Sigma Design Company – 200 Pond Avenue, Middlesex, NJ
The company is betting on the future of New Jersey manufacturing with its investment in 20,000 square foot facility at 200 Pond Avenue, Middlesex, NJ. The center offers up to 10 manufacturing cells – 500 sq foot or larger, that will be fully staffed and tooled with lean manufacturing for local production of complex electro-mechanical systems for the health, medical, consumer, clean, environmental, marine products and other sectors
In the coming years the company expects to create new high-wage, high-tech jobs. The company plans to recruit technicians from places like Middlesex Country College and will recruit engineers from places like Stevens Institute of Technology.
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A successful entrepreneur and a Stevens Institute of Technology grad, our newest member, Nicholas Faust, who began as an intern in January 2011, was hired full time in May 2011 and has settled nicely into the Sigma team.
Nicholas Faust of Sigma Design Company
Nick’s success with helping to launch a successful skateboard start-up company that relies on human energy dovetails nicely with one of his first assignments at Sigma – a renewable energy project to prototype a vehicle energy harvesting device.
Nick is excited by such green technology/renewable energy projects and also aspires to be involved with industrial automation technologies. Nick earned both a Masters of Engineering in Product- Architecture and Engineering (May 2011) and Bachelor’s of Engineering in Mechanical Engineering (2009) from Stevens Institute of Technology in Hoboken, New Jersey.
When asked what he most enjoys about Sigma, Nick shared: “I think the breadth of projects at Sigma Design Company – from consumer products to medical devices to renewable energy projects, keeps it interesting and challenging. I’ve learned a great deal about the challenges of manufacturability. It has been a great transition from the academic to the professional world.”
Welcome aboard Nick!
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