Periodic updates on significant events at National Jet Company.


Periodic updates on significant events at National Jet Company.


Periodic updates on significant events at National Jet Company.

New Hire – Quality Engineer

We are pleased to announce, as of May 21, 2020, the hiring of Hunter Frank as Quality Engineer. Hunter has been with National Jet Co. for four months as a Quality Engineer Intern. In addition to some of his previous internship duties, Hunter will also be responsible for maintaining the company’s ISO 9001:2015 Quality Management System, facilitating audits, establishing and overseeing inspection requirements, investigating, resolving, and dispositioning quality-related issues, managing calibration processes, and creating and editing engineering drawings.

Hunter recently received a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering from the University of Maryland through Frostburg State University. During his time here, Hunter has become an integral part of our machining team, and we believe his skills and recent education in the Engineering field made him an ideal fit for our team. Please join us in congratulating Hunter and welcoming him into this position!

May 27th, 2020|

Job Shop Show Podcast

Check out the latest episode of The Job Shop Show featuring our company’s new owner and president Sam Griffith.

“Sam Griffith believes that whatever the problem, technology is the solution. Their specialty is micro hole drilling, and they continue to push the limits of what is considered possible. How about a hole of a half of a thousandth of an inch? Hear how National Jet is also helping with the fight against COVID-19 as a supplier of material used in PPE equipment.”

May 19th, 2020|

ACM machinist program graduates and students

With 2 alumni and 2 current students on our team, National Jet is a proud supporter of Allegany College’s Manual and CNC Machinist Training Program.

The shortage of skilled machinists is a major challenge all US manufacturers have been facing for years.  In order for U.S. manufacturers to continue competing on a global scale, it is imperative that this pipeline of highly skilled machinists is reestablished. Thank you Allegany College of Maryland for taking action in our local community to solve a countrywide issue!

Allegany College provided Clinton, Jonathan, Devin, and George the necessary machining foundations to grow within National Jet’s precision machining culture.

May 7th, 2020|

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