Detroit Colour Council Presents: Additive Overview and HP MJF Technology: How to achieve color, texture and finish on additive applications
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Aaron DeLong: 3D Printing, HP Inc.
With over 20 years in the automotive industry, Aaron has spent much of that time at IAC, a tier1 supplier focusing on interior plastics. He has been using additive manufacturing as a tool for prototype development, manufacturing aids and innovation enablers for most of his career. Joining HP in 2019 focusing on enabling OEMs to realize the benefit of additive as a cost avoidance tool in development, validation and to address parts on vehicles through a production road map.
Taking standard as printed grey or natural parts to an automotive fit and finish level has been one of the enablers for class A interior and exterior on vehicle parts.
Join us for a review of additive technologies available today and how parts made on these and MJF can achieve color, texture, and finish.
Since we’re currently prevented from hosting “in-person” gatherings, the Detroit Colour Council held a virtual meeting with Greg Shrider from BYK Gardner USA presenting on Color & Effect Measurement. The meeting was very well attended and we look forward to bringing you more virtual content. Thanks to BYK for hosting the event. The link to a recording of the presentation can be found below:
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Farmington Hills Award Program Honors the Achievement
FARMINGTON HILLS October 21, 2019 — Detroit Colour Council has been selected for the 2019 Best of Farmington Hills Award in the Non-Profit Organization category by the Farmington Hills Award Program.
Each year, the Farmington Hills Award Program identifies companies that we believe have achieved exceptional marketing success in their local community and business category. These are local companies that enhance the positive image of small business through service to their customers and our community. These exceptional companies help make the Farmington Hills area a great place to live, work and play.
Various sources of information were gathered and analyzed to choose the winners in each category. The 2019 Farmington Hills Award Program focuses on quality, not quantity. Winners are determined based on the information gathered both internally by the Farmington Hills Award Program and data provided by third parties.
About Farmington Hills Award Program
The Farmington Hills Award Program is an annual awards program honoring the achievements and accomplishments of local businesses throughout the Farmington Hills area. Recognition is given to those companies that have shown the ability to use their best practices and implemented programs to generate competitive advantages and long-term value.
The Farmington Hills Award Program was established to recognize the best of local businesses in our community. Our organization works exclusively with local business owners, trade groups, professional associations and other business advertising and marketing groups. Our mission is to recognize the small business community’s contributions to the U.S. economy.
SOURCE: Farmington Hills Award Program
Farmington Hills Award Program
Kendall College of Art and Design of Ferris State University (KCAD) is pleased to announce the awarding of scholarships made possible through a gift from the Detroit Colour Council (DCC), a Detroit-based professional society that promotes communication and education focused on color science and design.
Two students in KCAD’s Pamella Roland DeVos School of Fashion, Jennifer Caceres and Hadley MacIntosh, were each selected to receive a $1,000 scholarship for the 2019-2020 academic year.
“KCAD and the Fashion Studies program are grateful to the Detroit Colour Council for their vital support of our students and their investment in the next generation of creative professionals,” said Associate Professor and Fashion Studies Program Chair Lori Faulkner.
“This scholarship will position recipients to make the most of their KCAD education and emerge prepared to succeed in a wide variety of creative careers.”
Caceres, a junior in the Fashion Studies program, is working to take advantage of the program’s opportunity to apply to spend her senior year studying at the Fashion Institute of Technology in New York City. She’s also earning a minor in Interior Design, and plans to pursue a career in the fashion industry upon graduating.
“This scholarship has made it possible for me to be one step closer to my goals,” said Carceres. “I will work very hard and eventually give something back to others, both through my career and possibly a scholarship for future students.”
MacIntosh, a sophomore, has aspired to be a fashion designer from a young age. After a fruitful first year at KCAD, she’s excited to continue growing and learning in the Fashion Studies program.
“I want to thank the Detroit Colour Council for its generous contribution toward my tuition, and for helping make my dreams a reality,” said MacIntosh. “It truly means so much to me to have the privilege to attend KCAD. This first year was more than I could have ever hoped for, and I learned so much.”
Since its founding in 1955 by a small group of designers, the DCC has grown to a membership that currently extends throughout the U.S. and Canada. A majority of DCC members are employed by suppliers to the automotive industry, and members represent a wide variety of professional functions including engineers, designers, sales people, scientists, consultants, and lab technicians.
The gift to KCAD is the latest in a long line of assistance the DCC has provided to organizations in Michigan.
“The Detroit Colour Council is very pleased to be able to assist our future designers in their education. We look forward to their continued success,” said Detroit Colour Council President Lisa Benedict. “This award allows the Detroit Colour Council to be closer to the community that we serve.”
The Detroit Colour Council had a great turnout at the VisTaTech Center at Schoolcraft College to hear presentations from Sally Erickson Wilson and Brianna Williams from the College for Creative Studies on “Future Thinking: Color” and from Kristen Dolzynski of Victoria’s Secret on “A Color Symposium: Fashion and its Evolution”.
Bill Longley, formerly of the Ford Motor Company, was also presented a Lifetime Achievement Award for his many contributions to the DCC and color education.
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