6/22/07 – Vibrant Corp.'s first contract won't pay much, but it could be just the boost the fledgling aeroparts tester is looking for. Boeing Co. signed a two-month, $10,000 contract on May 31 for Vibrant to help Boeing evaluate a new method for manufacturing aerospace components.
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6/4/07 – Vibrant Corp., an Albuquerque company that uses vibration and statistical analysis to test precision aircraft parts, has received $1 million in investments from local and out-of-state private investors.
6/4/07 – Lem Hunter, CEO of Vibrant Corporation announced today the closing of a $1,000,000 Angel funded seed investment. This is Hunter’s second start up company. He sold his first company, Mechtronic Solutions Inc. in March of 2007.
5/18/07 – Vibrant CEO Lem Hunter stated, “We are hiring the best and the brightest. The excitement about our technology, the pro-aerospace climate in the State, and the support from the Job Training Incentive Program are making it easier for us to find and attract high caliber employees”. Both Sloan and Workman are training in the Company’s proprietary PCRT technology, and will be actively engaged with customers domestically and internationally.
4/6/07 – Vibrant Corporation announced today that it has filled two critical open positions. David Baker has joined the firm as a Senior Aerospace Engineer, and Laura Beltemacchi has accepted the Quality Systems Manager position.
3/30/07 – Company officials today announced the award of a grant from the State of New Mexico under the Job Training Incentive Program. The grant, worth up to $93,000 will allow Vibrant to expedite the hiring and training of 4 engineers and 4 technicians in its Albuquerque headquarters.
3/19/07 – Jim Schwarz, one of Quasar's two co-founders, compares the technology to a consumer assessing fruit at the grocery store. "Say you want to buy a watermelon. You can't cut it in half, so you thump it, and supposedly, from the thump, you can tell if it's ripe," he says.
2/12/07 – Vibrant Corp. already has early agreements and pilot projects with engine builders Williams International and Rolls-Royce and with Delta Airlines to safely and quickly test parts such as turbine blades that are stressed to the point of failure or were made incorrectly in the first place.
1/2/07 – Vibrant Corporation, a spin out of Albuquerque, New Mexico based Mechtronic Solutions, Inc. (MSI), is commercializing a nondestructive testing technology initially developed at Los Alamos National Laboratory.