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Grieves Speaks at Orion Scanning Event
Michael Grieves, left, with students Juliette Bido and Helge von Helldorf at the Orion scanning event at the KSC Visitor Complex.

Michael Grieves, left, with students Juliette Bido and Helge von Helldorf at the Orion scanning event at the KSC Visitor Complex.

Michael Grieves, executive director of Florida Tech’s Center for Advanced Manufacturing and Innovative Design, was among the speakers at a unique event at Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex in March. Along with Lockheed Martin, FARO Technologies, Inc., Direct Dimensions, Inc., Met-L-Flo, Inc., the Society of Manufacturing Engineers and Cincinnati Inc., Florida Tech helped to take the first-ever 3-D scan of Orion, NASA’s pending deep-space crew vehicle.

Grieves, joined by Florida Tech students Juliette Bido and Helge von Helldorf, spoke about how the next generation of engineers is being educated on advanced manufacturing technology and applications.

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