Guy started at Metcut in April of 1986 as a Co-op student from Cincinnati Technical College where he earned an Associate’s degree in Electro-Mechanical Engineering Technology. After graduating, he was hired full time by Metcut to work in the areas of sliding wear, fracture mechanics, fatigue crack growth, and low cycle fatigue. Guy continued his education by earning a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering Technology from the College of Applied Science at the University of Cincinnati. Guy was instrumental in the start-up of Metcut’s French facility in Nantes, France, where from 1993-1996 he helped to set up the test frames and trained our French employees to run production LCF testing. Currently, Guy oversees the fatigue crack growth lab at Metcut’s Cincinnati division.