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Rainhouse wanted to support Ukrainians fleeing the war and help to provide stability after such a traumatic experience. We decided not only to donate to the Ukrainian Cultural Centre in Victoria but also to directly find a family in need of financial assistance to settle...

We are thrilled to announce we were awarded the Accelerating Manufacturing Grant we pursued back in March 2021. This grant opportunity will allow us to strengthen the provincial supply chains and create new opportunities. We are investing $315,000 to implement automation in Rainhouse's machining processes. We...

Douglas magazine shares the strength of local businesses who saw growth during the past year provide key lessons in strategic planning for others forging their way out of the pandemic. READ MORE   ...

UVic engineers are working with Victoria-based Rainhouse Canada to support the company’s expansion into the electric vehicle and stationary storage market as part of an energy-security initiative funded by the B.C. government. READ MORE   ...

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...

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...

Rainhouse is among 24 businesses receiving funding aimed at making BC more secure in the face of global supply chain interruptions. Over time, Rainhouse plans to manufacture and certify a wide range of custom battery packs and electric ESS . READ MORE   ...

Rainhouse Canada is currently developing an Anti-Vibration Control System (AVCS) that will address undesirable machining conditions by integrating a sensor into machine tools. It is our intention to first develop this system for Computer Numerical Controlled (CNC) machines. Ideally, we will measure, record, and analyze...

At Rainhouse, we have joined efforts with the National Research Council - Aerospace Manufacturing Technologies Center (NRC-AMTC) and key members of the Swedish manufacturing industry to work on the ToolSense project. The ToolSense project aims to develop smart tools for metal and tool cutting by obtaining...

We recently invested in a new CNC drill tap machine to increase our production capacity. This new addition will machine parts faster than the equipment we already have. Our plan for this machine is to automate it using robotics and have it run 24 hours...