HARRISON, MI – Mid-Michigan College has partnered with a Flint 3D printing company to provide technology and training for its computer-assisted design program, or CAD, according to a news release. Lýseon Additive Manufacturing will donate a professional-grade 3D printer to the CAD program and help program graduates get nationally certified in additive manufacturing, according to the release. Staff will also mentor students and start training programs for both students and local workers, helping ensure they graduate with real-world experience with 3D printing and hopefully inspiring some to enter the industry. “Once this relationship develops over time, I am confident that we will discover many new synergies and benefits from working directly with students at Mid-Michigan College.” Mid-Michigan College will give away scholarships at local high school football games. Oh deer! Saginaw 8th-grade runner banged up after doe collides with her during cross country race. Saginaw Township woman’s death a homicide, husband in police custody.
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