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DFW 3D Printing Club & Makers

This is a Free FaceBook Group which meets the 1st. Tuesday of each month at: Spring Creek Barbecue, 1509 Airport Fwy. Bedford, TX 76021, (817) 545-0184.

We will all meet in the left side Conference Room at 6:30pm. Each month’s Lecture will start on time at 7:00pm. Everyone is Invited.
Dallas Makers Group

The Design-2-Part Show is the most efficient place to meet hundreds of high-quality American suppliers of custom parts, stock parts, and manufacturing services. From design and prototypes to production, finishing, and assemblies — you will find the answers you need at this show.
When: March 1st & 2nd, 2023
Hours: Wednesday 9:30 am – 3:00 pm
Thursday 9:30 am – 3:00 pm
Where: Arlington Expo Center
Arlington, TX
Cost: Free Admission & Free Parking


Previous Fundraiser: The cause could not be more important: helping the people of Ukraine with medical and humanitarian support. One hundred percent of winning bids will go to this cause though the charity, Sunflower of Peace. (See their website.)
The sunflower is the official flower of Ukraine and serves as a symbol for the struggle of that besieged country.

September 2021 Speaker Links to Dr. Urenna Onyewuchi

Hosting to DFW commercials and funding for Dr. Onyewuchi’s community work:

Dr. Onyewuchi’s LinkedIn profile is

Dr. Onyewuchi’s Instagram is @aprofessionalafrica

Dr. Onyewuchi’s energy dream for Nigeria is

  • Part Time/Consultant Job/Project

12 11 20 Programming statement of work:
  • rather simple embedded system controller with display
  • language not settled but leaning to embedded c
  • cpu not settled but leaning to an ARM variant, both hardware and language selection is determined by programmer’s extensive programming ecosystem current usage to promote productivity.
  • real time measure in seconds
  • communication with three external sensors/motors with communication protocols fully documented RS485 ASCII, 4-20 mA, and a funky digital protocol a modified Manchester.
  • full state diagram completed
  • full pin to pin connection with voltages supplied
  • job starts immediately
  • work can be full or part time; can be multiplexed with your other work; work time at your choice (daily, weekends, night)
  • small business in California, will pay upon agreed upon benchmarks directly to your bank account.
  • we require the most experienced.
  • full and complete documentation available.
  • rate of pay, terms of work negotiable
  • your location unimportant
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  • DRS Naval Electronics Position

I am assisting DRS Naval Electronics in filling a Senior Manufacturing Engineer position in Johnstown, PA. We are the U.S Navy’s leading provider of electronics products, subsystems, systems and integrated solutions, Let me know if you’d like to hear more about this position or might know someone that might fit.

Suzy Turnpaugh
Developing Talent at a World Class Defense Company.
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Thanks to Bill Seeliger for providing this information.


Thanks to Bill Seeliger for providing this information:  My name is Stephen Beck and I’m a Technical Recruiter with Firefly Aerospace in Cedar Park, TX. (North of Austin.) I realize you may not be actively looking to make a change, but we are searching for an Avionics Production Manager for our expanding facility north of Austin, and I was wondering if you might know of anyone who would be open to learning more about what we have going on here at Firefly. Firefly is creating some of the most innovative and economical light satellite launch vehicles in the industry, and we are expanding our Texas design team rapidly. Yes, we design, build, and test rockets here in Central Texas!

You can learn more about us at, or follow us at Please let me know if you’d like to know more yourself, or if you’d simply like to stay in touch for the future.

Best regards, Stephen Beck | Technical Recruiter Firefly Aerospace Cell: 512-294-0008

Forwarded Sep 2 at 8:09 AM
Seen by William Seeliger at 1599054680387.
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    Bill, Thanks for sending! I will post on the IEEE Website today and I also will announce at our Sept 14 virtual meeting. (evening meeting broadcast on line.)  Hope all is well. Neil and I are also caring for his 93 year old mother.  We are the sandwich generation! Good luck with your care, too.   Maura

  • IEEE Consultants Network member Ted Houston  is an award winning artist and Consultants Network member.

Web site:

  •  Inspired by our June 2020 program presenter Bob Popsick and 3D Printing, IEEE CN member Jeff Tregre went to work on his 3D Printing. Here’s the printer that he purchased in April, which cost $279 & he saw it drop down to $255 earlier.
    Here’s Jeff’s handiwork:

  •  Joe Miller, CN Member, helped out a friend using Bob Popsick’s help. Joe’s neighbor had a favorite shopping cart with a wheel that she could not replace.  Bob Popsick and his 3D printing to the rescue!!!!!

Here’s their handiwork:

First Bob made the wheel.                   Then Joe assembled:

Joe Miller's neighbor's cart.

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Congratulations to our 2019 IEEE Dallas Section Awards winner from Consultants Network Nominees:

David Stevens, Steve Ruzic, Ted Houston, and Jeff Tregre.

1.  David Stephens:
David Stephens is a selfless volunteer who is reliable and thorough. His attention to detail allows our CN meetings to flow smoothly and to be held. It’s too much work for one person to schedule speakers, handle publicity and manage the meeting. David does all the in meeting logistics to prepare the sign in sheets, arrive early and be the smiling face greeting members and guests. He is a true asset for our group!
2.  Ted Houston:
The most important part of a meeting to encourage attendance is a talented relevant speaker. These speakers are often hard to come by. Ted helped get a speaker for our 2020 program by making numerous calls and ensuring our meeting success.  He is a regular meeting attendee which always adds to the meeting being well attended.
3. Steve Ruzic:
The most important part of a meeting to encourage attendance is a talented relevant speaker. These speakers are often hard to come by. Steve helped get a speaker for our 2020 program by making numerous calls and ensuring our meeting success.  He is a regular meeting attendee which always adds to the meeting being well attended.
4. Jeff Tregre:

Jeff was an active member by presenting not one, but 2 very well received programs for the CN group. His program on Electro Magnetic Pulse was well researched, well presented and well received.  He took a considerable amount of time to research the relevant videos that made his program so compelling. In addition, he volunteered to start our year off with another well received program:  Cell Phone Apps you Can’t Live without. His extensive research showed us apps that not only were useful, but were not energy drains on our phones.

Congratulations to our 2017 and 2018 IEEE Dallas Section Awards winner from Consultants Network Nominees:


Congratulations to our 2016 IEEE Dallas Section Awards winners from Consultants Network Nominees:

David Stephens: For his continued support of CN and his role as treasurer

John Lindsay: For his active role in Programming

David Daniels: For his active role in vTools assistance

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