Fall River company donates 3-D printer to Diman’s Machine Tool Technology program
From left, William Bosse (class of 1990), Jeffrey Arruda (class of 1992), Arthur Arruda (class of 1956), and Diman sophmore students Elijah Lacroix and Evan Thro stand near the school's new 3-D printer. Bosse and Jeffrey Arruda currently own AA Precision, a company startd by Arthur Arruda
AA Precision Machine Co. and the Diman Bengal Education Foundation recently donated a 3-D printer to the Machine Tool Technology program at Diman Regional Vocational Technical High School in memory of Brian David Levesque. Delivering the 3D printer were Arthur Arruda, of Diman’s class of 1956, founder of AA Precision Machine, and company owners William Bosse, class of 1990, and Jeffrey Arruda, class of 1992.