Over the past few months, we’ve highlighted a handful of employees and the hobbies they’ve either had for a while or ones they’ve picked up recently – when they aren’t solving all of the world’s residual stress related challenges. Our latest spotlight shines on Hill Engineering’s resident author, RD Pires (or Robby, as he’s come to be known by in the office), and his almost life-long passion of writing. I got the chance to interview Robby virtually where we talked about his latest novel, A Vast, Untethered Ocean, his inspiration, and his experience with self-publishing.Continue reading HE Hobby Spotlight: Robby – Fiction Author
Our latest vlog discussing our machining simulation capabilities is up on our YouTube channel today and it is chock-full of information for those interested addressing distortion issues caused by machining.Continue reading New Vlog: Machining Process Simulation
Staying safe and healthy during these times is something that’s on many people’s minds lately. Social distancing, washing our hands, and limiting outings are all things we can do to help “flatten the curve”. Wearing a face mask or covering when out in public is also something that can help protect others since some people with COVID-19 can show no symptoms. Face masks can be beneficial in areas with many people, since they can reduce the number of droplets we release when we speak, cough, or sneeze. Continue reading Face mask making with Hill Engineering
In addition to residual stress, family pets are a special subject here at the office. This year at Hill Engineering, we’re starting a new blog series that highlights our four-legged friends. Don’t think that we forgot about animals with less than four legs, they’re coming up next! To kick things off, let’s meet Delta. Continue reading HE Pet Spotlight: Delta
This year has been filled to the brim with social events for Hill Engineering. From our company picnic to camping at Lake Tahoe to the ever popular “Board Games Night”, there was fun to be had by everyone. Continue reading Social Events 2019 recap
Hill Engineering participated in the Sacramento Adventure Hunt in April and the results are in… Continue reading Did Hill Engineering find the treasure?
As the weather heats up here in Northern California, so does the competition! Team Hill Engineering will be racing to the finish in the Sacramento Adventure Hunt in April to be the first to uncover the buried treasure. Continue reading HE hunts for treasure in Sacramento
The holidays are always a special time at Hill Engineering. The end of the year is a busy time for everyone and the annual holiday party at Hill Engineering is always something to look forward to. In addition to residual stress measurements; putting up decorations around the office, playing festive music, and putting on our best holiday sweaters were just some of the things going on during this time of year. Continue reading Hill Engineering Holidays: 2018