Next Event is on 3-D Printing – Jan 16 from 6 pm to 8 pm in Nashua!
Topic: 3-D printing with the MakeIt Lab folks, who will bring a printer with them for a demonstration. The event will be held at Killarney’s Pub in the Holiday Inn on Northeastern Blvd., just off Exit 4. They’re excited to have us, there is easily accessible spillover room if the crowd is bigger than anticipated, food and drink is right there.
Two panelists are from MakeIt Labs in Nashua:
Rob Masek works for Paperless Parts in Nashua.
Christian St. Cyr is an associate engineer at a small cellular technology company in Chelmsford, MA. He is currently pursuing a BSEE at night at UMass Lowell. Christian has helped teach classes on the Arduino and basic electronic projects and worked with members of dorkbot to collectively fund and build a shared 3D printer from one of the first comercial runs of the Makerbot. Christian was also the technical design collaborator on an installation version of the Drawdio that was shown at Ars Electronica in Linz, Austria and The National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts in TaiChung.
The third panelist is from Solid-Scape in Merrimack, which makes 3D printers for a variety of corporate uses:
John Wigand, Vice President of Product Development & Strategy. Wigand has been with Solidscape since 1994 when he joined as a co-founder of the company. Previously he was Director of Engineering and the software director for the Model Maker program. Before joining Solidscape, Wigand worked at E-Systems designing military avionics and at Resource Consultants. Wigand holds both a BS and an MS in Mechanical Engineering.