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HP Webinar: What Are Your Students Missing In Your 3D Printing Lab?
April 10 @ 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
3D printing is genuinely transformational. As with other leaps forward in science and technology, universities will play a central role in driving this revolution by changing the culture of design for all manufacturing.
Having the right tools is key to preparing the next-gen additive manufacturing workforce. Students with access to innovative technology, such as HP’s Multi Jet Fusion 3D printers, will have the skills demanded by industry when they graduate.
Join this webinar to hear from schools that are using HP’s Multi Jet Fusion technology to propel their students to be leaders in additive manufacturing industries of tomorrow.
- How they can stay at the forefront of the industrial revolution with HP Multi Jet Fusion technology
- Real world stories of how universities are using 3D technology to transform the learning environment
- How HP 300/500 series printers fit among existing technologies in their advanced manufacturing labs or makerspaces
- Benefits of providing students with capabilities to produce accurate functional parts with intricate detail and voxel-level color control
Camille Caron, Global Director of Education, HP 3D PrintCamille Caron is Global Director of Education for 3D Print at HP Inc., leading efforts to develop skilled “additive manufacturing native” professionals and drive adoption of HP Jet Fusion technology at educational institutions across the globe. Prior to joining HP, Camille was at GE Healthcare, where she worked on Cloud and AI solutions to improve delivery of care. She also spent a number of years at Autodesk, where she launched a learning platform to introduce 3D printing into K-12 classrooms. Camille is passionate about transforming education, lifelong learning/workforce development, and “making customers awesome.”
Tim Gornet, Manager, Rapid Prototyping Center, University of LouisvilleTim Gornet is the Manager of Operations at the University of Louisville’s Rapid Prototyping Center. He has been active in the additive manufacturing (AM)/3D printing field since 1988 when he ran an SLA 250 at GE Appliances. He is Past President of the Additive Manufacturing User’s Group (AMUG), founded the Selective Laser Sintering User’s Group and served as president 3 years, has been a board member for the Society of Manufacturing Engineers Rapid Technologies and Additive Manufacturing group and was recognized as one of the “Top 25 Most Influential People in RPD&M” by the TCT Magazine. He received his Bachelor and Master of Engineering degrees from the University Of Louisville JB Speed School of Engineering and is completing his PhD work at the University of Sheffield (UK).