Mac Cameron is an application engineer at Stratasys, where he focuses on exploring how educators are using 3D printing to revolutionize how students learn and invent. He has printed tens of thousands of parts with FDM and PolyJet technology to strengthen the productivity of manufacturing, automotive, aerospace, medical, and education clientele worldwide. Mac has years of design and management experience, starting an award winning project based student group called Tesla Works, and founding and instructing the first 3D printing class in the College of Continuing Education at the University of Minnesota. He holds a degree in Physics from the College of Science and Engineering at the UMN.
As a Stratasys applications engineer, I spend my days intimately involved with our technology. It’s exciting to design complicated parts and push the limits of the technology. When designing for... read more →
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