Star Rapid is taking the initiative to help product designer, engineers and prototype developers learn how to create successful parts the first time using 3D metal printing.
2017 has seen a continuation of the trend in adopting 3D metal printing for demanding industrial applications. This has been especially true in the fields of aerospace, automotive and medical applications, but will undoubtedly disrupt other sectors as this transformative technology becomes more mature and better understood by product designers, engineers and manufacturers.
On Thursday July 6th, a group of 7 recent graduates from the Zhongshan Polytechnic University came to visit Star Rapid to understand more about manufacturing in a high-tech environment.
Since July of 2015, Chloe Kow has been the manager of Star Rapid’s DMLM 3D metal printing service. As one of the few women in a senior engineering position for this emergent technology, she is the perfect candidate to speak about the need to encourage more young women to get involved early in STEM careers.