Andy Wells | Touching Lives Through Engineering
Who is Andy Wells?
This episode is the chicken soup for the soul of engineering. Without doubt, the most inspirational episode we’ve recorded to date as Andy Wells shares with us how he and his company have helped elevate those in poverty and given their lives purpose and success. Along the way, he shares some very practical info about manufacturing tolerances and growing a manufacturing business, as well.
Andy Wells is founder and CEO of Wells Technology, a manufacturing company in Minnesota. Andy has degrees in physics and technology as well as decades of practical experience in design, materials, processes, and entrepreneurship. Over the years Wells Tech has grown from serving the aerospace industry to automotive, medical, defense, food processing, and developed services in distribution, and training for manufacturing technologists.
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