Welcome to SME's Dayton Chapter 18 website. We're
always looking for new members, plant tours, presentations,
initiatives, etc. to get involved with and participate in. Through
participation and sharing of our knowledge and experiences, we'll all
benefit and improve our lives both personally and professionally.
Chapter 18 currently consists of over 230 members, and has been a
local Chapter since 1938. Chapter 18 is just one of the many chapters
around the country. To learn more about SME, please visit www.sme.org.
We accept and encourage any and all suggestions, ideas, and
comments regarding this website and our local Chapter as a whole.
Please click on either the "Officers" or "Contact Us" link to let us
know what you think. Your input is valued and appreciated, and all
suggestions will be reviewed. Thanks, enjoy, and have a Great Day!!!
SME Officers are listed below. Contact information for each officer is released to membership as needed.
3D Robotics CEO and Co-Founder Chris Anderson shows off the Iris, an
insect-like drone that's rigged with a leveling...
cannot be only a nation of ideas and services; we cannot depend on
others to make the critical tools...
professionals of the Millennial generation haven't been jumping at the
chance for a career in manufacturing....
Manufacturing Attracting the Next Generation
The Edge Factor is an initiative supporting the
SME Education Foundation's mission of inspiring the next generation of
contributors to the manufacturing industry. This film project aims to
advance the image of manufacturing—the backbone of our economy—in
order to attract young people to the field. Click the banner add to the right to
get more information on Edge Factor.
SME Education Foundation
Selects Local Fairmont High School
for Exemplary Status
Advanced Manufacturing Curriculum at Fairmont High School
Generates Community Support for Workforce Development
Fairmont High School, Kettering, Ohio, has
been selected an exemplary school by the SME Education Foundation, one
of six schools in six states where partnerships are fueling a
comprehensive community-based approach to manufacturing education.