High School Work Study

Rolled Alloys was founded on the introduction of wrought RA330 alloy as a replacement for cast HT alloy in the commercial heat treat industry. Over the past 60 years, the company has enjoyed continuous growth through the expansion of alloys offered, markets served, customer base, geographic growth and acquisitions. All U.S. locations export products around the world; our products are also available through Rolled Alloys divisions in Canada, Singapore and China.

Rolled Alloys

Rolled Alloys

<h3><span style="text-decoration: underline;"><strong>Commitment to Service</strong></span></h3> <p class="internal"><strong>Rolled Alloys is committed to quality service for our customers. The hallmark of our success has been superior customer service, with a staff of salespeople, metallurgists, and quality control professionals to support the needs of our customers. We stock a large variety of alloys and have extensive processing capabilities, both of which enable us to provide prompt shipment of&nbsp;<a href="https://www.rolledalloys.com/alloys/">stock size</a>&nbsp;material and&nbsp;<a href="https://www.rolledalloys.com/processing/">custom cut</a>&nbsp;parts.</strong></p> <h3><span style="text-decoration: underline;"><strong>Commitment to Technology</strong></span></h3> <p class="internal"><strong>Rolled Alloys is a&nbsp;<a href="https://www.rolledalloys.com/technical-resources/">technically focused organization</a>. Today, a staff of degreed engineers provides our customers with technical expertise in a broad range of applications, helping solve customer's problems on a daily basis. Our extensive laboratory capabilities permit material evaluations, including selective destructive testing.</strong></p> https://www.rolledalloys.com/

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Overview: At Rolled Alloys, a high school work study student will have the ability to shadow and learn from warehouse personnel on several machines. The goal is to integrate the work study student into the processes of Rolled Alloys so they can learn what it takes to be a successful member of the team.
Responsibilities: A high school co-op student will learn how the different machines function and then be able to run those machines with supervision. Machine processes include:&nbsp;Abrasive Saw Cutting, Hi-Def Plasma Cutting, Plate Beveling, Shear Cutting, Bar Saws<br />Laser Cutting, Laser/Punch Combo, Rod Coil Line, Virtek LaserQC, Coil Leveling, Pipe Beveling, Timesavers, Waterjet Cutting, Gauer / Straightener and&nbsp;Pipe Threading.
Requirements: A high school work study student will be required to be on time every day, to be willing to work as a team, to be able to take constructive criticism, and be willing to learn. A student is preferred to have machine shop experience, have taken machining classes or at least have some mechanical aptitude.