Young Professionals Working in Advanced Manufacturing at Technology House

The Technology House was established in 1996 and has steadily grown its business and workforce. The company serves businesses in the medical, aerospace, defense, in­dustrial, energy, and consumer products markets. It is a leading provider of product engineering, computer-aid­ed design and manufacturing (CAD/CAM), and rapid pro­totyping services: known as additive manufacturing or 3D printing, these techniques all involve making a solid, three-dimensional object from a digital model. Unlike traditional machining techniques, which involve pro­cesses like cutting or drilling to remove material, proto­typing involves applying and bonding multiple layers of material to form the desired well as production manufacturing of custom materials. Their approach al­lows companies to bring product concepts to the market faster and cost-effectively.

During the session, hear from two professional about their career pathways and what they do on the job that is rewarding, fun and innovative! Find out what employers are seeking in candidates as well as the training and ed­ucation required.

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