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Laser Engraving and the Maker Market

Join the discussion with four of the leading experts in laser engraving as they discuss and explore the possibilities of real world usage and projects done with laser engraving. They will also discuss the future of laser engraving and what it means to the all markets.



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Date: July 20, 2016
Time: 2 PM EDT (11 AM PDT)
Duration: 1 hour
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Overview

When you want to customize any of your projects, laser engraving is the perfect option. See what other experts and makers have created with some really cool projects and listen to experts review and talk about some other great ideas for laser engraving. The webinar will feature videos of some really cool projects as well as a long Q&A discussion.

Key Takeaways

  • How is laser engraving evolving?
  • What do you need to start engraving your products?
  • What tools do you need to get started?
  • What materials can be engraved?

Speakers

Rebecca Cruz, Creative Computer Commons (C3) Manager, Pikes Peak Library

Becca Cruz manages the Creative Computer Commons (C3) in Library 21c of the Pikes Peak Library District, Colorado Springs, where she has worked for the last 8 years in various capacities. The C3 department works to help local entrepreneurs with business services, provides two makerspaces to the public, and offers gaming rooms for teens and adults.

John Edgar Park, Producer, Disney Research

John Edgar Park likes to make things and tell people about it. He works as a producer at Disney Research and writes and produces maker videos for Adafruit, Make, Boing Boing, and others. He is a ninja warrior in training.

James Stanaway, Director of Marketing, Epilog Laser

James Stanaway is the director of marketing for Epilog Laser and has been with the company for over 15 years. In this time Stanaway has greatly strengthened the marketing efforts not only for Epilog, but he has implemented many programs and resources for Epilog Laser users and customers to help build their brand, expand their business, and better understand all the applications they can do with their laser system.

Nicolette Emmino, Technical Writer

Nicolette Emmino is a tech writer and lover of words. With a background in broadcast journalism and prior experience in the engineering space, she aims to find the very latest technological developments and keep the masses informed on recent innovative breakthroughs, consumer electronics, and maker-based tech projects.

Bryan DeLuca, Director of Content & Publishing, IEEE GlobalSpec

Bryan DeLuca is the Director of Content and Publishing for IEEE GlobalSpec and is responsible for content direction for Electronics360. Prior to joining IEEE GlobalSpec, Bryan worked in the electronics and engineering industries in both domestic and international media. He also has created a range of industry-wide products. Bryan holds a BA from Hofstra University.

Dr. Roger H Pink, Senior Engineer, IEEE GlobalSpec

Dr. Roger Pink is a Senior Engineer with over 16 years' experience in the optics and analytical chemistry industries. Dr. Pink received his Ph.D. in Computational Physics from the University at Albany and has been published in several peer review journals including Macromolecules, Langmuir, Applied Magnetic Materials, and Hyperfine Interactions. He is responsible for the maintenance and domain expertise of product areas in Optics, Fiber Optics, and Analytical Chemistry verticals on Engineering360.

Melissa Schloesser, Public Service Specialist, Creative Computer Commons (C3), Pike Peak Library

Melissa Schloesser is a Public Service Specialist for the Creative Computer Commons (C3 ) in Library 21c of the Pike Peak Library District, Colorado Springs. She has worked for the Pikes Peak Library District in multiple facets for the past three years. The C3 department works to help local entrepreneurs with business services, provides two makerspaces to the public, and offers gaming rooms for teens and adults.