JoyworksStudio

University of Michigan Affiliated Ann Arbor Foundry

Ann Arbor, Michigan · 25 Sales

JoyworksStudio

University of Michigan Affiliated Ann Arbor Foundry

Ann Arbor, Michigan 25 Sales On Etsy since 2017

5 out of 5 stars
(2)

Announcement   *Update 11/2/17*
Please note that due to the recent high demand of "University of Michigan Engineering Cast Iron Skillets", we are currently out-of-stock. We will be increasing our stock in the near future. Thank you for the interest!

Welcome to the Joyworks Studio Etsy site! For our grand opening, we are selling an official cast iron University of Michigan frying pan and an original art piece. Stay tuned for additional listings!

Announcement

Last updated on Nov 2, 2017

*Update 11/2/17*
Please note that due to the recent high demand of "University of Michigan Engineering Cast Iron Skillets", we are currently out-of-stock. We will be increasing our stock in the near future. Thank you for the interest!

Welcome to the Joyworks Studio Etsy site! For our grand opening, we are selling an official cast iron University of Michigan frying pan and an original art piece. Stay tuned for additional listings!

John Keough

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John Keough

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5 out of 5 stars
(2)
Christine Muchanic

Christine Muchanic on Nov 4, 2017

5 out of 5 stars

These are great and you should make another run! Go Blue!!

everythingist

everythingist on Apr 24, 2017

5 out of 5 stars

Excellent quality & customer service, would definitely recommend.

About

For the past ten years, the Joyworks studio has provided a platform for research, teaching and creative endeavors relating to metals. Everything from alloy development to casting prototypes to sculpture have been, and continue to be, created at Joyworks. It provides an outlet for Chip to share his passion for the art (and science) of metal casting. All in all, Joyworks puts a new spin on the continuing development of one of man’s oldest professions.

Joyworks has its roots in Applied Process, Inc, which John Keough started with his family in 1978. Applied Process is a heat treater specializing in the Austempering process. They help their customers to replace one material/process combination with a better, faster, cheaper one. From when we built Joyworks in 2005, we have maintained a strong partnership with Applied Process, aiding them with research and development. Joyworks was spun off from Applied process in 2013 to continue and expand upon this tradition. John Keough sold the majority shares of Applied Process in October 2014. We still share the same goal of “growing the pie” for ADI and work closely together to do so. To learn more about the “Home of Hostile Duck Iron”, please visit their website.

Today, Joyworks maintains its original mission of providing educational opportunities to engineering students while focusing more heavily on design and prototyping for clients ranging from original equipment manufacturers (OEMs), foundries, suppliers, and trade organizations.

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