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Additive Manufacturing Users Gather to Address Challenges, Advance Industry
Materials, software and workflow challenges led the discussions at the Additive Manufacturing Users Group (AMUG) 2019 conference in Chicago last week.
Some firms turn to internship and apprenticeship programs to develop the tech talent they need.

Altair Invites Students to Participate in Electromagnetic Simulation Competition
Undergraduate and post-graduate students who have worked on a supervised project in EM engineering are invited to submit an innovative solution to an EM problem.
ASSESS Initiative Says it Made Impression at COFES 2019
 ASSESS Initiative's presence included active participation in the program by ASSESS Initiative advocates including Joe Walsh, Andreas Vlahinos, Peter Thorne, Linda Lokay, and Karen Caswelch. 
Saint Thomas Academy’s Experimental Vehicle Team Earns Four Awards in NASA Competition
The EV team places first among U.S. high schools; team beat all but two university teams before falling in tiebreaker to European Space Consortium for high school students.
Sintratec donates Sintratec Kit to Southern Union’s Additive Manufacturing Program
Sintratec’s partnership with Southern Union aids the college’s intent to offer coursework in advanced manufacturing with the focus on Additive Machine Repair beginning in the fall semester of this year, according to Sintratec and the university.
Aras Partners with Institute for Process Excellence
Goal is to power sustainable digital transformation strategies.
Workforce of the Future
Some firms turn to internship and apprenticeship programs to develop the tech talent they need.
Building Student Teamwork Via Robotics
Next-Gen Engineers Student Design Competition Profile: VEX IQ Challenge Next Level
Altium Launches “Altium Academic Programs”
Programs offer free and low-cost software and support to students and educators, empowering the next generation of PCB designers and engineers.
America Makes Announces Its Second Satellite Center to be Located at Texas A&M University
The objective of the America Makes Satellite Center model is to extend the reach of the existing America Makes mission by expanding its current regional, industrial, and technological footprint.
AMUG Picks 2019 Scholarship Recipients
Dr. Wenchao Zhou and Victoria Sears to be honored at AMUG 2019.
CNC Software Updates Name of Wildest Parts Competition
Masters of CAM is an online platform for Mastercam users to submit stories about their experience and skills using CAD/CAM software to design and machine parts.
Global Marathon Event Designed to Inspire Women in Engineering
The Global Marathon is a 5-week, free worldwide, online forum, that is created to engage women and those who support them to learn and receive actionable career advice, the organization reports.
Event Sparks Student Interest in Solar Energy
Student Design Competition Profile: Solar Splash 2019
Engineering Girl Power Unleashed on Prosthetic Redesign
High school senior creates a lightweight, 3D-printed prosthetic foot for war vet showcasing how K-12 can nurture STEM path for female talent.
The Franklin Institute and TE Connectivity Collaborate on Tech Studio
Partnership connects the development and facilitation of interactive exhibit space with hands-on design and engineering workshops.



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