Additive Manufacturing Cluster Hosts Meeting March 10

CLEVELAND – The Northeast Ohio Additive Manufacturing Cluster will host its first innovation cluster meeting March 10 at the Corporate College Conference Center at Cuyahoga Community College in Warrensville Heights. The meeting, held from 8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m., will discuss opportunities to improve the impact of additive manufacturing in the region.

The keynote speakers will be Additive Manufacturing Specialist April Cooke and Business Development Manager Franziska Maschowski from the Trumpf Group, a German company in the machine tool, laser and electronics sectors. The two will discuss Trumpf’s technical innovations for 3-D printed metals.

Rob Gorham, director of operations for America Makes, will present the institution’s Technology Roadmap and discuss the opportunities it presents for companies in northeastern Ohio.

The meeting will also feature three breakout sessions to discuss the areas of focus for the Northeast Ohio Additive Manufacturing Cluster and how the region can strengthen its position. The discussions from the meetings will help the organization identify project teams to pursue funding.

Tickets for the meeting are $25 and includes lunch. Registration can be completed here.

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