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Do What You Love and Love What You Do - One Student's Journey

Keegan McDuffie started working in the graphic design industry right out of high school. But a few years into a steady paycheck, he realized he had settled for an unfulfilling job, rather than a lifelong career. Keegan loved working with his hands, and was obsessed with fabricating, deconstructing, and rebuilding things, so he enrolled in a local engineering technology program at State College of...

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Haas Automation Supports FIRST® Championship Events

In April, more than 70,000 people from around the world – plus 1400 robots – descended upon Houston and Detroit for the 2019 FIRST® Championship events – the world’s largest celebration of STEM for students. The back-to-back events were the culmination of the FIRST® Robotics Competition season, with teams battling to determine the best of the best.

Each Championship event consisted of a F...

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HTEC Teacher Training: Six Core Class Descriptions

Get started today with your new Haas CNC machine, or build and refine your existing skills, so you can do more with what you have. Learn about the six core Teacher Training classes, and the credentials you can earn by completing each course.

Core 1: Introduction to CNC Milling: Programming, Setup, and Operation

This class encompasses five 8-hour days of hands-on, project-bas...

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Gene Haas Foundation: Post-Secondary Applications Due June 30

The deadline for post-secondary educational institutions to apply for grants from the Gene Haas Foundation is June 30. Please submit your applications now.

The process is simple: visit ghaasfoundation.org, click grants, select secondary or post-secondary as it applies to your educational institution, then begin the application. Once completed, submit the application. Applications will be r...

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