Friday, November 7, 2014

Stahlin Non-Metallic Enclosures helps inspire the next generation of science enthusiasts by supporting "The Geek Group" at the Grand Rapids Mini Maker Faire.

The Geek Group is a not-for-profit educational organization based in Grand Rapids, Michigan, with more than 6,000 members around the world. The major aim of the Geek Group is to provide access to various topics in science, technology, engineering and math, enabling individuals to learn, explore, innovate and play at an independent pace.  

The Geek Group is sponsored by numerous companies. Stahlin Non-Metallic Enclosures, manufacturer of the world's most frequently specified fiberglass enclosures, was one of several Michigan-based businesses that participated in supporting the Geek Group's efforts at the recent Grand Rapids Mini Maker Faire. Stahlin donated an enclosure to house the "Project Groucho Marx Generator"—a 100,000 volt DC power supply.

Photo Caption: Geek Group President/Founder, Chris Boden, standing next to Project Groucho.  To view many of the demos held at the Mini Maker Faire, including the project supported by Stahlin Non-Metallic Enclosures, view the Geek Group video at:

The Grand Rapids Mini Maker Faire, held at the Grand Rapids Public Museum, is a long weekend developed to inspire the next generation of science enthusiasts. Participants presented demos on a range of topics, including high voltage, 3D printing, physics, and art.

Photo Caption: Stahlin Non-Metallic Enclosures used in the Project Groucho Marx Generator.

For more information on The Geek Group visit:

Stahlin Non-Metallic Enclosures has been selected by the Michigan Business & Professional Association as one of the “101 Best and Brightest Places” to work in West Michigan for eleven years in a row.

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