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"Future Day 2024" at Wildeboer

On 25 April, Wildeboer opened its doors to 20 curious pupils who took part in "Future Day" (formerly Girls' Day).

On 25 April, Wildeboer opened its doors to 20 curious pupils who took part in "Future Day" (formerly Girls' Day). After an exciting tour of the company by Joachim Buntjer, machine operator in the fire protection department, the day started with a joint breakfast.

After breakfast, Hermann Willms, an expert in air handling systems and components, guided the group through an intriguing experiment in the airflow laboratory. The pupils then visited our reverberation chamber, where they experienced firsthand how Wildeboer products are tested for airflow and emission noises.

Matthias G√ľnther from the CAM sheet metal processing department introduced the pupils to production planning and demonstrated how a machine program is created. The highlight of the day was when the children assembled their very own Wildeboer Cube in Minecraft style.

The pupils' enthusiasm was palpable as they gained extraordinary insights into the fascinating world of technology. Wildeboer is delighted to present young people with future career perspectives and inspire them to pursue technical professions.