Video: Advanced Manufacturing: New Opportunities for the Early-Career Engineer

Video: Advanced Manufacturing: New Opportunities for the Early-Career Engineer

Exploring the role Additive Manufacturing plays in the 21st century, and its relevance to early career engineers and engineering students as they look forward to entering the workforce; Jay Beversdorf, Application Engineer, Stratasys, Inc. moderates a five-part discussion with a panel of experts.

The panelist have in-depth knowledge and experience in the manufacturing industry: Dr. Farzad Rayegani, Ph.D., P. Eng., FEC., Associate Dean, Professor Director, Centre of Advanced Manufacturing and Design Technologies; James Janeteas, President & CEO, Cimetrix Solutions, Inc.; Timothy Simpson, Professor, Mechanical and Industrial Engineering, Penn State University; and William Predebon, Mechanical Engineering Department Chair, and Engineering Mechanics Professor at Michigan Tech.

Part 3: Manufacturing experts discuss the accessibility of Additive Manufacturing that can provide early career engineers with the opportunity to adopt this technology with creativity.

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