College Holds Demonstration Session for New 3D Printer
Release Date: 1/13/2014
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
CONTACT: Sylvia Blair
Executive Assistant to the President
Carroll Community College
Carroll Community College Holds Demonstration Session for New 3D Printer
Westminster, Md., —On Jan. 15, 2014, Carroll Community College (Carroll) Business Training and Services will hold host a panel discussion and demonstration session a demonstration session with the new 3D printer. The session is titled “Got Bot? 3D Printer Reveal” (Course # BOT-001-A3).
The event will be held from 8:30 to 10:30 a.m. in the conference room in the K building at Carroll. The cost is $9 and includes entry into a drawing for special prizes and continental breakfast. The event is open to the community.
Participants will hear from industry experts about the future of 3D printing and business opportunities in the field. Information on upcoming credit and non-credit programs and courses will also be available. Faculty will also be available for questions and discussion.
Jim Baum, director of 3D Maryland. This is a state-wide leadership initiative to advance the engagement of 3D printing and additive manufacturing among manufacturers, business and entrepreneurs in the state.
Michael Raphael, CEO of Direct Dimensions, Inc. This is the world’s leading authority on the application of geometric measurement technology.
H. Edward Goldberg, AIA, NCARB, a practicing licensed architect and industrial designer with 30 years cumulative experience as a designer, development, project architect and construction project manager.
Wade Johansen, systems engineer, Carroll Hospital Center. Johansen in also an Sec+ and Net+ and CISSP-CEH-SEC+ Instructor at Carroll.
Scott Gore, chair of the Visual Arts Department at Carroll. Gore has been a professor of art and design for the past 15 years. He is focusing on bridging the gap between traditional media and emerging digital technology in the arts.
Brian Miller, advisory mechanical engineer at Northrup Grumman Corporation. Miller uses 3D printing technology for creating advance aeronautical systems in the defense industry.
For more information and to register for this event, please visit www.carrollcc.edu/instantenrollment or call 410-386-8100.
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