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Kinetic Vision Leads Additive Technology Advisory Committee

Joins Initiative to Promote Additive Manufacturing Technologies in the Region

  Published Wednesday September 27, 2017

 

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Kinetic Vision is leading the Technical Advisory Committee for a new high-tech job creation and training partnership between GE Additive and Cincinnati State.  Regional aerospace accelerator AeroHUB has co-developed this program to promote additive and advanced manufacturing technology and training in the region. Widely known as 3D Printing, additive manufacturing not only includes polymers, but also metals and other materials. With technical assistance from GE and leadership from Kinetic Vision, Cincinnati State’s Workforce Development Center will use a nearly $400,000 grant from the federally-funded LIFT Institute to develop a training program for additive technicians that will fill a skills gap in the 3D printing industry. Learn more in the full article from the Dayton Daily News. To hear directly from industry leaders about how Additive Manufacturing will impact your business, attend the Additive Technology Business Symposium hosted by GE Additive on October 5th, 2017.

“We’re excited to be a part of this important initiative with technology leaders like GE Additive and Cincinnati State. Additive manufacturing is already a disruptive technology and has the potential to revolutionize how nearly every product is made. We’re fortunate to be part of this revolution, and to be located in the leading region for Advanced Manufacturing Technology”

Jeremy Jarrett
Kinetic Vision Senior Vice President
Aerohub Technical Advisory Committee Chairman