Employee Spotlight: Logan Roseberry

October 7th, 2021

Get to Know Our Team

Not your traditional job shop foundry, Buck Company blends technology and innovation with a production approach to deliver ferrous and non-ferrous castings. At the heart of our operation, you’ll find our dedicated and talented team including Logan Roseberry.

We’re lucky to have Logan as part of our Foundry family. The experience, leadership, and problem solving he demonstrates for our clients is truly an asset that helps us deliver on our promise to produce the highest quality castings, at the best possible value with truly superior client service.

Thank you for all you do, Logan!

Employee Spotlight: Logan Roseberry

 

Quick Facts About Logan

Department: Engineering

Years with Buck Company: 6 Months

Fun Fact: Logan is a novice skier and bass player.

 

Q&A

Q: What does your role at Buck Company entail?job description icon

A: I am the foundry engineer. This entails designing and simulating all new and existing tooling. Additionally, programming both 3D printers.

 

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Q: Can you tell us about your favorite project you’ve worked on since your time with Buck Company?

A: I was given a job that was notorious for having a high scrap rate directly related to miss run. I regated this tool and ran many simulations to prove out the results. Since the change made to the tool, we went from about a 30% scrap rate to a 2% scrap rate. That was a big win.

 

Q: Describe what it’s like working at Buck Company in a few words.

A: Very fun and promising!

 

Q: Why would you recommend working at Buck Company to a friend?share icon

A: Where this company is going is remarkable and the amount of support you get from your own and fellow departments is unmatched to anywhere else.

 

Q: What’s the best advice you can give someone who’s just starting their career?advice icon

A: Always be on time, work hard and always keep a bigger goal in mind.

 

Q: What is your favorite memory working at Buck Company?memory icon

A: We recently got a job approved by the customer and it was very rewarding to be a part of the solution.

 

Q: What drew you to Buck Company initially and how has Buck changed since?magnet icon

A: The work environment and great leadership. Since being here, more and more automation is being brought in. Ex. 3D printers and a new Foxall Robot.

 

Q: How has Buck Company helped you in your career development?flag icon

A: It has given me more exposure to problem solving as well as managing people.

 


 

Ready to Join the Foundry of the Future?

Here at Buck Company we are a growing company with a lot of light at the end of the tunnel. The current team we have in place works hard toward a common goal; be the preferred casting source. Once joining the Buck team, you will be supported to grow as an employee and be the very best that you can be! I wouldn’t trade my position or this amazing opportunity for anything in the world.

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