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8th Annual CNC Educator Training Conference at Dunwoody College of Technology, July 21-24, 2014
Another record-breaking HTEC Conference!
178 Educators & Partners came to help celebrate Dunwoody College of Technology's 100th Anniversary as we gathered for the 2014 Americas CNC Educators HTEC Training Conference in Minneapolis. The weather was perfect all four days, especially for the Tuesday evening dinner-on-the-river cruise.
Seven Monday Workshops: AutoDesk, Immersive, Mastercam, NIMS, Sandvik Coromant & ToolingU/SME. Eric Chester was our conference opener.
20 CNC Technology Presentations and 33 Partner/Exhibitors filled the conference. Four excellent tours, Proto Labs, RMS, Zeiss and Caterpillar. On Wednesday evening at the ICON Thearter we saw Jeremy Bout and the Edge Factor Show and all education attendees received a one year subscription to the new Edu Factor Library of great manufacturing videos.
Many thanks to E.J. Daigle, Brian Nelsen, Hope Riska, Jane Bohl and the entire Team at Dunwoody for all their hard work and hospitality.
Martin Koch gave us a brief preview of next year's conference at Cal Poly in San Luis Obispo, CA. Circle your calendar and plan to attend. The dates are July 27 to 30, 2015 and will include a tour of Haas Automation
See Haas & Dunwoody - Another Path in CNC Machining Magazine - Issue 49
Check this website for additional state & regional HTEC Educator Conferences coming in the Fall of 2014.
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The 50th National Leadership and Skills Conference was held in Kansas City. MO June 23 to 27, 2014. On Friday, June 27 at Kemper Arena the Awards Ceremony recognized the National Medal Winners.
NIMS is the overall sponsor of three contests: Precision Machining Technology, CNC Turning & CNC Milling. Haas Automation supplied a Haas VF 2 Mill, and ST 10 Lathe and 48 Haas CNC Control Simulators for the various contests, during three days.
The Gene Haas Foundation again provided Scholarships, this year totaling $54,000 to the 18 Medalists. Gold - $4000, Silver - $3000 and Bronze - $2000.
Here are the National Medal Winners: Precision Machining Technology : High School :Gold-Danny Williamson, St.Clair TEC,MI -Silver-Derreck McDaniel, Etowah Career Technology Center, AL -Bronze - Randy Lundy, Hillyard Tech Center, MO. College/Postsecondary: Gold- Kale Johanning, Linn State Technical College, MO- Silver- Gregory H. Kersulis, Southwestern Illinois College, IL- Bronze - Vincent Ponder, Wallace State College, AL.
Here are the National Medal Winners: CNC Milling : High School: Gold - Jonathon Ferreira, Diman RVTHS, MA - Silver Garret Brenton, St. Clair TEC, MI - Bronze - Anthony Pizzola, Platt Technical High School, CT. College/Postsecondary: Gold - Paul Kelley, Ranken Technical College, MO - Silver - Sean Journot, Renton Technical College,WA - Bronze-Brandon Janssen, Northeast Wisconsin Technical College, WI.
Here are the National Medal Winners : CNC Turning: High School: Gold-Robert S.Metzger, Lehigh Career & Technical Institute, PA-Silver-Raul Robles, Platt Technical High School, CT-Bronze-Thomas Jahn, Sno-Isle Vocational Skill Center, WA - College/Postsecondary- Gold- John H.Reiter, Macomb Community College,MI-Silver-James Stanley, Greenville Technical College, SC-Bronze - Justin Sisk, Columbia Basin College, WA.
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