LASER PROJECTION TECHNOLOGIES DONATES 3D LASER PROJECTOR TO GREAT BAY COMMUNITY COLLEGE

12/18/2015 by Kathy Winn

Rochester, NH – Laser Projection Technologies (LPT) is the leading manufacturer of advanced, 3D, laser templating and measurement projectors in the world.  In the interest of giving back to the community, Laser Projection Technologies is donating a LPT1 model laser projector to Great Bay Community College. The LPT laser projector will provide students with actual hands-on training on equipment used today in the industry.

“We look forward to working with the faculty, staff and students at Great Bay Community College to bring them the knowledge and experience of the advanced laser projection technologies that are currently used in the aerospace and other advanced manufacturing industries around the world today-“commented Steve Kaufman, President and CEO, Laser Projection Technologies, Inc.

Great Bay Community College is a quality higher-education provider that has recently opened the Advanced Technology & Academic Center with a certificate program in Advanced Composites Manufacturing.  LPT believes strongly in the importance of the next generation of highly-skilled workers receiving job training on the best equipment available.  In pursuit of this belief, LPT is happy to donate a projector for use in the Center.

“The LPT donation of this laser projection system offers our students an opportunity to experience yet another high tech solution they will see on the job. We appreciate the support from LPT, a company that is not only leading the way in laser projection systems, but is also recognizing the need for programs like the one Great Bay Community College offers in support of manufacturing. The opportunity to add laser placement to our curriculum would not be possible without the support of LPT.  They have been tremendous supporters. In addition to providing the equipment, they have also provided installation and technical instruction for our faculty-“stated Debra Mattson, Advanced Materials Manufacturing Program Director.

Laser Projection Technologies, Inc. has been producing the world’s most advanced laser projectors in their Londonderry, NH facility since 2001.  Their projectors are used world-wide in the manufacture of some of the most advanced aerospace technologies available today.  For more information they can be found on the web at www.lptcorp.com

Rochester, NH, December 15, 2015 – Laser Projection Technologies (LPT) is the leading manufacturer of advanced, 3D, laser templating and measurement projectors in the world.  In the interest of giving back to the community, Laser Projection Technologies is donating a LPT1 model laser projector to Great Bay Community College. The LPT laser projector will provide students with actual hands-on training on equipment used today in the industry.

“We look forward to working with the faculty, staff and students at Great Bay Community College to bring them the knowledge and experience of the advanced laser projection technologies that are currently used in the aerospace and other advanced manufacturing industries around the world today-“commented Steve Kaufman, President and CEO, Laser Projection Technologies, Inc.

Great Bay Community College is a quality higher-education provider that has recently opened the Advanced Technology & Academic Center with a certificate program in Advanced Composites Manufacturing.  LPT believes strongly in the importance of the next generation of highly-skilled workers receiving job training on the best equipment available.  In pursuit of this belief, LPT is happy to donate a projector for use in the Center.

“The LPT donation of this laser projection system offers our students an opportunity to experience yet another high tech solution they will see on the job. We appreciate the support from LPT, a company that is not only leading the way in laser projection systems, but is also recognizing the need for programs like the one Great Bay Community College offers in support of manufacturing. The opportunity to add laser placement to our curriculum would not be possible without the support of LPT.  They have been tremendous supporters. In addition to providing the equipment, they have also provided installation and technical instruction for our faculty-“stated Debra Mattson, Advanced Materials Manufacturing Program Director.

Laser Projection Technologies, Inc. has been producing the world’s most advanced laser projectors in their Londonderry, NH facility since 2001.  Their projectors are used world-wide in the manufacture of some of the most advanced aerospace technologies available today.  For more information they can be found on the web at www.lptcorp.com