Elizabeth Goode receives AMUG's President's Award.
Elizabeth Goode receives AMUG's President's Award.

The Additive Manufacturing Users Group (AMUG) has presented its President's Award to Elizabeth Goode, owner of Goode Ink, for her years of dedication and service.

This is only the eighth time in its 31-year history that the AMUG has presented the award, it says. ‘This has been a long time coming,’ said Paul Bates, AMUG president.

 In her role as principal consultant, Elizabeth has been AMUG's strategic advisor for the past seven years and has helped to grow AMUG from the roughly 262 members at its 2012 conference to the 2,071 members at this year's AMUG Conference. ‘The time and energy that Elizabeth has brought to AMUG are priceless,’ said Gary Rabinovitz, AMUG chairman. In total, Elizabeth has over 13 years of service to the group and is a DINO Award recipient.

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