Blog

Our November newsletter will give you insight into our process of becoming a battery manufacturer. In this edition, we want to share what started this project and sparked our interest in making prototypes that will fulfill different needs and applications. Get ready and take...

Eric Turko is essential to the quality team at Rainhouse. He is our Quality Assurance lead and a music enthusiast. He loves to be challenged with verifying the accuracy of complex parts and creating programs to automate quality testing on our CMM machine. . He is...

We strive to have a closer connection with our clients, and we want to share their fantastic story with you. Our October newsletter features VMAC- Vehicle Mounted Air Compressors. In this newsletter, you will be able to learn more about how VMAC started, meet its founder,...

At Rainhouse we are always thinking about the future, which is why we support apprentice machinists who are passionate about their craft. Richard Sproule is one of our apprentice machinists, and since day one, he has shown his drive, initiative, and interest in doing a good...

Rainhouse is always looking for ways to improve its processes. Internally, we wanted to raise the bar and have better information distribution across departments. In the quest, we found ProShop ERP. We made the change, and since then, we have gained company-wide visibility, improved time...

David Gates is an adrenaline seeker with a great sense of humor and Rainhouse's Electronics lead. David is essential to Rainhouse's Electronics department. With his electronics expertise, he is in charge of scheduling recurring work and ensuring production standards and deadlines are met. He does this...

We strongly believe in collaboration, which is why we take every opportunity to partner with local businesses. Working together, we can strengthen our supply chain and support our local communities. Our first newsletter features a long-time client, Rockland Scientific. Thankfully they exist to provide commercially available high-precision...

Last Friday, we had the pleasure of meeting the University of Victoria's new Engineering and Computer Science Dean, Mina Hoorfar. Meeting her was a refreshing experience. She is very personable, curious, and outgoing, so her visit felt like an old friend coming back to see...

Jake is one of our apprentice machinists. He is creative, dedicated, and always ready to be challenged to create complex parts and machining processes.  As an apprentice machinist, he is responsible for cutting stock materials to size, setting up jobs in the machines, programming tool paths,...

Offshoring is a widespread business practice that surged in part due to globalization. Many companies recognized that outsourcing could significantly reduce production costs and increase access to new technologies and a skilled workforce without investing and maintaining the talent, wages, and in-house skills. As industries started...