Leuze electronic supports "HighTeck" makers with Christmas donation

This year's Christmas donation from Leuze electronic goes to the "TeckLab" in Kirchheim/Teck. The non-profit organization gives children and youth opportunity to work with modern tools. Having fun with technology and tinkering and experimenting together are first and foremost.

Owen, December 20, 2019 – To help raise money for this year's Christmas donation from Leuze electronic, hard-working bakers donated cakes and Christmas cookies of all different sorts. They sold the baked goods to their colleagues during three lunch breaks over the Advent season. Money raised from the sale of the baked goods was rounded up by Leuze electronic to 1,500 euros. Proceeds in 2019 will go to the newly established non-profit organization "TeckLab Kirchheim unter Teck e.V." In the old school house in Kirchheim-Jesingen, children and youth from all types of schools have the opportunity to make first experiences in working with technology. Together, they can try out tools, solder, tinker, discuss ideas and attempt to implement them. Everything under the direction of experts from the nearby industrial companies such as Leuze electronic. In the future, the Teck teens can also try their hand with lasers: the Christmas donation from the Sensor People will help the TeckLab purchase a laser cutter. The "Techies" can use this, for example, to label promotional gifts from a wide range of materials such as paper, wood, metal or plastic. As well as simple but custom-made housings and complex kits. The children and youth can thereby learn how to, e.g., set certain speeds and laser powers depending on the given material. "The Teck teens can thus learn how to work with promising tools and materials in a fun environment without reservation and under supervision," explains Ulrich Balbach, CEO at Leuze electronic and absolute supporter of this idea. He adds: "At the same time, the interest of the young people is awakened for MINT professions and future talent is fostered."

 

Leuze electronic supports "HighTeck" makers with Christmas donation

This year's Christmas donation from Leuze electronic goes to the "TeckLab" in Kirchheim/Teck. The non-profit organization gives children and youth opportunity to work with modern tools. Having fun with technology and tinkering and experimenting together are first and foremost.

Owen, December 20, 2019 – To help raise money for this year's Christmas donation from Leuze electronic, hard-working bakers donated cakes and Christmas cookies of all different sorts. They sold the baked goods to their colleagues during three lunch breaks over the Advent season. Money raised from the sale of the baked goods was rounded up by Leuze electronic to 1,500 euros. Proceeds in 2019 will go to the newly established non-profit organization "TeckLab Kirchheim unter Teck e.V." In the old school house in Kirchheim-Jesingen, children and youth from all types of schools have the opportunity to make first experiences in working with technology. Together, they can try out tools, solder, tinker, discuss ideas and attempt to implement them. Everything under the direction of experts from the nearby industrial companies such as Leuze electronic. In the future, the Teck teens can also try their hand with lasers: the Christmas donation from the Sensor People will help the TeckLab purchase a laser cutter. The "Techies" can use this, for example, to label promotional gifts from a wide range of materials such as paper, wood, metal or plastic. As well as simple but custom-made housings and complex kits. The children and youth can thereby learn how to, e.g., set certain speeds and laser powers depending on the given material. "The Teck teens can thus learn how to work with promising tools and materials in a fun environment without reservation and under supervision," explains Ulrich Balbach, CEO at Leuze electronic and absolute supporter of this idea. He adds: "At the same time, the interest of the young people is awakened for MINT professions and future talent is fostered."

 

Ihre Ansprechpartnerin

Leuze electronic GmbH + Co. KG
Martina Schili
Telefon: +49 7021 573-116
E-Mail: martina.schili@leuze.com

Leuze electronic supports "HighTeck" makers with Christmas donation

This year's Christmas donation from Leuze electronic goes to the "TeckLab" in Kirchheim/Teck. The non-profit organization gives children and youth opportunity to work with modern tools. Having fun with technology and tinkering and experimenting together are first and foremost.

Owen, December 20, 2019 – To help raise money for this year's Christmas donation from Leuze electronic, hard-working bakers donated cakes and Christmas cookies of all different sorts. They sold the baked goods to their colleagues during three lunch breaks over the Advent season. Money raised from the sale of the baked goods was rounded up by Leuze electronic to 1,500 euros. Proceeds in 2019 will go to the newly established non-profit organization "TeckLab Kirchheim unter Teck e.V." In the old school house in Kirchheim-Jesingen, children and youth from all types of schools have the opportunity to make first experiences in working with technology. Together, they can try out tools, solder, tinker, discuss ideas and attempt to implement them. Everything under the direction of experts from the nearby industrial companies such as Leuze electronic. In the future, the Teck teens can also try their hand with lasers: the Christmas donation from the Sensor People will help the TeckLab purchase a laser cutter. The "Techies" can use this, for example, to label promotional gifts from a wide range of materials such as paper, wood, metal or plastic. As well as simple but custom-made housings and complex kits. The children and youth can thereby learn how to, e.g., set certain speeds and laser powers depending on the given material. "The Teck teens can thus learn how to work with promising tools and materials in a fun environment without reservation and under supervision," explains Ulrich Balbach, CEO at Leuze electronic and absolute supporter of this idea. He adds: "At the same time, the interest of the young people is awakened for MINT professions and future talent is fostered."

 

Leuze electronic supports "HighTeck" makers with Christmas donation

This year's Christmas donation from Leuze electronic goes to the "TeckLab" in Kirchheim/Teck. The non-profit organization gives children and youth opportunity to work with modern tools. Having fun with technology and tinkering and experimenting together are first and foremost.

Owen, December 20, 2019 – To help raise money for this year's Christmas donation from Leuze electronic, hard-working bakers donated cakes and Christmas cookies of all different sorts. They sold the baked goods to their colleagues during three lunch breaks over the Advent season. Money raised from the sale of the baked goods was rounded up by Leuze electronic to 1,500 euros. Proceeds in 2019 will go to the newly established non-profit organization "TeckLab Kirchheim unter Teck e.V." In the old school house in Kirchheim-Jesingen, children and youth from all types of schools have the opportunity to make first experiences in working with technology. Together, they can try out tools, solder, tinker, discuss ideas and attempt to implement them. Everything under the direction of experts from the nearby industrial companies such as Leuze electronic. In the future, the Teck teens can also try their hand with lasers: the Christmas donation from the Sensor People will help the TeckLab purchase a laser cutter. The "Techies" can use this, for example, to label promotional gifts from a wide range of materials such as paper, wood, metal or plastic. As well as simple but custom-made housings and complex kits. The children and youth can thereby learn how to, e.g., set certain speeds and laser powers depending on the given material. "The Teck teens can thus learn how to work with promising tools and materials in a fun environment without reservation and under supervision," explains Ulrich Balbach, CEO at Leuze electronic and absolute supporter of this idea. He adds: "At the same time, the interest of the young people is awakened for MINT professions and future talent is fostered."

 

Ihre Ansprechpartnerin

Leuze electronic GmbH + Co. KG
Martina Schili
Telefon: +49 7021 573-116
E-Mail: martina.schili@leuze.com

Leuze electronic supports "HighTeck" makers with Christmas donation

This year's Christmas donation from Leuze electronic goes to the "TeckLab" in Kirchheim/Teck. The non-profit organization gives children and youth opportunity to work with modern tools. Having fun with technology and tinkering and experimenting together are first and foremost.

Owen, December 20, 2019 – To help raise money for this year's Christmas donation from Leuze electronic, hard-working bakers donated cakes and Christmas cookies of all different sorts. They sold the baked goods to their colleagues during three lunch breaks over the Advent season. Money raised from the sale of the baked goods was rounded up by Leuze electronic to 1,500 euros. Proceeds in 2019 will go to the newly established non-profit organization "TeckLab Kirchheim unter Teck e.V." In the old school house in Kirchheim-Jesingen, children and youth from all types of schools have the opportunity to make first experiences in working with technology. Together, they can try out tools, solder, tinker, discuss ideas and attempt to implement them. Everything under the direction of experts from the nearby industrial companies such as Leuze electronic. In the future, the Teck teens can also try their hand with lasers: the Christmas donation from the Sensor People will help the TeckLab purchase a laser cutter. The "Techies" can use this, for example, to label promotional gifts from a wide range of materials such as paper, wood, metal or plastic. As well as simple but custom-made housings and complex kits. The children and youth can thereby learn how to, e.g., set certain speeds and laser powers depending on the given material. "The Teck teens can thus learn how to work with promising tools and materials in a fun environment without reservation and under supervision," explains Ulrich Balbach, CEO at Leuze electronic and absolute supporter of this idea. He adds: "At the same time, the interest of the young people is awakened for MINT professions and future talent is fostered."

 

Leuze electronic supports "HighTeck" makers with Christmas donation

This year's Christmas donation from Leuze electronic goes to the "TeckLab" in Kirchheim/Teck. The non-profit organization gives children and youth opportunity to work with modern tools. Having fun with technology and tinkering and experimenting together are first and foremost.

Owen, December 20, 2019 – To help raise money for this year's Christmas donation from Leuze electronic, hard-working bakers donated cakes and Christmas cookies of all different sorts. They sold the baked goods to their colleagues during three lunch breaks over the Advent season. Money raised from the sale of the baked goods was rounded up by Leuze electronic to 1,500 euros. Proceeds in 2019 will go to the newly established non-profit organization "TeckLab Kirchheim unter Teck e.V." In the old school house in Kirchheim-Jesingen, children and youth from all types of schools have the opportunity to make first experiences in working with technology. Together, they can try out tools, solder, tinker, discuss ideas and attempt to implement them. Everything under the direction of experts from the nearby industrial companies such as Leuze electronic. In the future, the Teck teens can also try their hand with lasers: the Christmas donation from the Sensor People will help the TeckLab purchase a laser cutter. The "Techies" can use this, for example, to label promotional gifts from a wide range of materials such as paper, wood, metal or plastic. As well as simple but custom-made housings and complex kits. The children and youth can thereby learn how to, e.g., set certain speeds and laser powers depending on the given material. "The Teck teens can thus learn how to work with promising tools and materials in a fun environment without reservation and under supervision," explains Ulrich Balbach, CEO at Leuze electronic and absolute supporter of this idea. He adds: "At the same time, the interest of the young people is awakened for MINT professions and future talent is fostered."

 

Ihre Ansprechpartnerin

Leuze electronic GmbH + Co. KG
Martina Schili
Telefon: +49 7021 573-116
E-Mail: martina.schili@leuze.com

Leuze electronic supports "HighTeck" makers with Christmas donation

This year's Christmas donation from Leuze electronic goes to the "TeckLab" in Kirchheim/Teck. The non-profit organization gives children and youth opportunity to work with modern tools. Having fun with technology and tinkering and experimenting together are first and foremost.

Owen, December 20, 2019 – To help raise money for this year's Christmas donation from Leuze electronic, hard-working bakers donated cakes and Christmas cookies of all different sorts. They sold the baked goods to their colleagues during three lunch breaks over the Advent season. Money raised from the sale of the baked goods was rounded up by Leuze electronic to 1,500 euros. Proceeds in 2019 will go to the newly established non-profit organization "TeckLab Kirchheim unter Teck e.V." In the old school house in Kirchheim-Jesingen, children and youth from all types of schools have the opportunity to make first experiences in working with technology. Together, they can try out tools, solder, tinker, discuss ideas and attempt to implement them. Everything under the direction of experts from the nearby industrial companies such as Leuze electronic. In the future, the Teck teens can also try their hand with lasers: the Christmas donation from the Sensor People will help the TeckLab purchase a laser cutter. The "Techies" can use this, for example, to label promotional gifts from a wide range of materials such as paper, wood, metal or plastic. As well as simple but custom-made housings and complex kits. The children and youth can thereby learn how to, e.g., set certain speeds and laser powers depending on the given material. "The Teck teens can thus learn how to work with promising tools and materials in a fun environment without reservation and under supervision," explains Ulrich Balbach, CEO at Leuze electronic and absolute supporter of this idea. He adds: "At the same time, the interest of the young people is awakened for MINT professions and future talent is fostered."

 

Leuze electronic supports "HighTeck" makers with Christmas donation

This year's Christmas donation from Leuze electronic goes to the "TeckLab" in Kirchheim/Teck. The non-profit organization gives children and youth opportunity to work with modern tools. Having fun with technology and tinkering and experimenting together are first and foremost.

Owen, December 20, 2019 – To help raise money for this year's Christmas donation from Leuze electronic, hard-working bakers donated cakes and Christmas cookies of all different sorts. They sold the baked goods to their colleagues during three lunch breaks over the Advent season. Money raised from the sale of the baked goods was rounded up by Leuze electronic to 1,500 euros. Proceeds in 2019 will go to the newly established non-profit organization "TeckLab Kirchheim unter Teck e.V." In the old school house in Kirchheim-Jesingen, children and youth from all types of schools have the opportunity to make first experiences in working with technology. Together, they can try out tools, solder, tinker, discuss ideas and attempt to implement them. Everything under the direction of experts from the nearby industrial companies such as Leuze electronic. In the future, the Teck teens can also try their hand with lasers: the Christmas donation from the Sensor People will help the TeckLab purchase a laser cutter. The "Techies" can use this, for example, to label promotional gifts from a wide range of materials such as paper, wood, metal or plastic. As well as simple but custom-made housings and complex kits. The children and youth can thereby learn how to, e.g., set certain speeds and laser powers depending on the given material. "The Teck teens can thus learn how to work with promising tools and materials in a fun environment without reservation and under supervision," explains Ulrich Balbach, CEO at Leuze electronic and absolute supporter of this idea. He adds: "At the same time, the interest of the young people is awakened for MINT professions and future talent is fostered."

 

Ihre Ansprechpartnerin

Leuze electronic GmbH + Co. KG
Martina Schili
Telefon: +49 7021 573-116
E-Mail: martina.schili@leuze.com