PONTIAC, MI, May 19, 2015 –DASI Solutions, will be participating two-fold in The Big M Manufacturing Convergence taking place June 2-4 at COBO Center in Detroit. Not only will the company be an exhibitor, demonstrating the latest developments in SOLIDWORKS 3D CAD software and Stratasys 3D printing technology, but David Darbyshire, Engineer and Co-Owner, will be participating in the Modeling, Simulation and Visualization Workforce panel discussion with Automation Alley.
David Darbyshire has a passion for helping to develop the Michigan engineering and manufacturing workforce, and in 2014, DASI Solutions was named “Education Advocate of the Year” by the Auburn Hills Chamber of Commerce. Darbyshire will share a unique viewpoint as part of the panel, having recently designed an Apprenticeship Program for Industrial Design Technicians which was approved by the U.S. Department of Labor.
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