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Owner Chris Williams recently had the opportunity to read to two 3rd grade classes at Mary McGuire Elementary School in Mt. Pleasant, as part of the March is Reading Month: Career Guest Reader program.

The book that he read to the students was Peter And Pablo The Printer: Adventures In Making The Future which talked about 3D printing's impact.

Lýseon Additive Manufacturing recently entered into an ongoing partnership with Mid Michigan College, designed to support students in the CAD program who wish to earn national certification in additive manufacturing. Lýseon’s support of this initiative aligns with their commitment to giving back to their community by creating jobs, fostering educational growth and helping young students find their passion.

“The CAD Program at Mid Michigan College has seen great success over the past 15 plus years related to graduation rates, employment rates and national certification,” said Eric Sander, Full Time CAD Faculty.

“Our CAD Program graduates will leave MID with their CAD Associate Degree, SolidWorks CSWA national certification, and now, thanks to our new partnership with Lýseon AM and Stratasys, graduates will also be nationally certified in 3D printing and additive manufacturing.”

Known as a solution provider, Lýseon has strived to give back to their community since establishing themselves in 2014, hoping that this new curriculum will inspire young minds interested in the additive manufacturing industry.

By donating a new professional-grade 3D printer to the college, Lýseon will be providing students with access to cutting-edge technology — helping them to gain valuable hands-on 3D printing experience.

Students at Mid Michigan will also receive the real world experience needed to flourish in the workplace, as Lýseon staff helps to mentor and guide students in actual community projects. By inputting training programs for both students and local workers looking to master additive manufacturing techniques, Lýseon only further strengthens their reputation as a world-class 3D printing supplier.

As well as helping to build a solid foundation for students interested in pursuing a career in 3D printing, the relationships built within this new program will ensure students are qualified to apply for job opportunities in the rapidly growing additive manufacturing industry.

Blu is a pretty, blue-gray duck, a Swedish Blue mixed breed, who. lives on a farm in Michigan. Mostly, he lives a peaceful life, until he was attacked by a pig. The encounter left him with an injured tongue and with part of his bill missing. Thanks to the efforts of Chris Williams and a team of veterinary and medical professionals, Blu has joined the ranks of several other lucky ducks that have been helped by 3D printing.

According to Williams — an animal lover who heard about Blu’s situation and wanted to help — his company offered its 3D design and 3D printing services to the cause. To design a prosthetic, the team 3D scanned the remaining portion of Blu’s bill and 3D printed several prototypes before deciding on one that fit him the best.
The final bill was 3D printed from Kevlar and nylon, and took about 12 hours to print. After two hours of surgery, Blu’s new bill was attached. With the combination of materials used for Blu’s bill, the prosthetic is both lightweight and strong, and hopefully it will stay in place just like a natural bill, especially once he adjusts further.

"It was truly a team effort and it’s just great seeing the results be so positive,” said Williams. “We’re very proud and honored to have been a part of the project.”