Engineers On a Roll Exhibit Upgrade

Author: Kyle McLellan

Disher recently had the opportunity to redesign an exhibit for the Ann Arbor Hands-on Museum. Located only five miles from the Disher Ann Arbor office, it was the perfect community outreach service project for our team. This children’s museum offers kids of all ages the opportunity to learn about science and engineering through a series of interactive exhibits. As you… Read More

The Latest and Greatest from the Consumer Electronics Show

Author: Tod Grams

What is CES? The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) is one of the more influential technology events that happens just once a year that brings together consumers, suppliers, developers and many other professionals into one huge location. The beauty of a show like this is that a company like Disher can gain vital product and technology knowledge, top trends, and market insight… Read More

Above & Beyond Corporate Responsibility

Author: Chuck Beasley

Every day the people of Disher are making a positive impact at their jobs and in the world around them.  In late June 2015, my two boys and I spent a week in Wartsburg, Tennessee helping those in need by repairing their homes.  We fixed flooring, tore off siding, replaced the walls, and added new windows and siding.  People like… Read More

The Next-Generation Electric Car

Author: Jon Brock

Not Your Average Hybrid “Do you like your Volt?”  I’ve been repeatedly asked this questions by people who see me getting in or out of the Chevy Volt that my wife and I drive.  We only got it about nine months ago and I’ve already had more people approach me about this car than I ever would have thought.  I… Read More

Sustainable Business

Author: Ryan Noble

The term sustainable is generally focused on the environment. It seems this is a drastic under-utilization of the very versatile word. The Merriam-Webster dictionary defines sustainability in three ways: : able to be used without being completely used up or destroyed : involving methods that do not completely use up or destroy natural resources : able to last or continue for a… Read More

Disher Ranked #21 of Best Places to Work in the U.S.

  Disher was named by Great Place to Work® as the 21st best small workplace in the United States on their annual 2015 Best Small & Medium Workplaces list, published this past week in Fortune magazine. Ranked #21, this is Disher’s second year of recognition by Great Place to Work as last year we received the honor of being a Great Rated company. Read more… Read More

Metroto-WHAT?

Author: Sam Passenger

Recently, I was presented with a set of problems. A customer was struggling to measure a complex three-dimensional surface on a small plastic part. The feature in question is critical to the function of the component. Often, conventional laser scanning is the solution to analyze such features; however, the particular material used for this component is too translucent to be… Read More

Business Leadership Award

Disher was honored this past week to receive the Business Leadership Award from the West Coast Chamber of Commerce.  Jeff Disher received the award on Friday, September 18th at the chamber’s annual meeting. Below are his remarks: “What an honor it is to be recognized for what this award stands for. On behalf of our team and our company I… Read More

From Engineering Geek to Passionate Leader

Author: Bob Soeters

“Conventional Wisdom says that leaders are born, but I don’t believe that’s true. We can all learn – then teach others – how to understand and apply the principles of successful leadership.”  – Tony Dungy, The Mentor Leader   I have been passionate about developing leaders for over 25 years, however I never set out with this in mind.  As… Read More