We are very pleased to announce the launch meeting of the newest New Mexico Technology Council peer group: 3D Printing. After the success of other peer groups, and a similar committee in the Arizona Technology Council, PADT is partnering with the NMTC to start a group focused on all things Additive Manufacturing, which is the more technical name for 3D Printing. Schools, businesses, and individuals who have any involvement or interest in this exciting and transformative technology will be able to network and organize to get greater value from 3D Printing. This includes understanding the technology, working together on research projects, and getting to know what services are available locally. It will also serve as a platform to coordinate the use of 3D printing in STEM education.
For this launch event, PADT’s Rey Chu will share his thoughts on the latest and most interesting advancements in 3D Printing.
We will kick off the meeting with introductions around the room, then listen to Rey share his views on what is new and interesting in this industry, then talk about the peer group, answer questions, and start planning our next activities. At around 6:45 or so we will commence with the networking.
Please contact PADT at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions before the event. We hope to see you there.
Don’t forget to register, and please let anyone else you think might be interested know about the event.