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Larry Carmichael

Operations Director


BS in Electrical Engineering and minor in computer science and mathematics from CU Boulder
BS in Electrical Engineering and minor in computer science and mathematics from CU Boulder
Larry Carmichael is the head of Operations at High Precision Devices. Responsibilities include Manufacturing, Instrument Machine Shop, Documentation Control, Shipping/Receiving, Procurement Logistics – Buying/Planning, Quality, Safety, Information Technology, and Facilities.
 
Prior to joining HPD, Larry garnered over 25 years of experience in instrumentation research and development to include firmware, electronics, and mechanical systems integration for vacuum, mass flow, and high speed robotics. Beyond his professional career, Larry enjoys automotive restoration, martial arts, snowboarding, home remodeling, and the vast outdoor activities and opportunities in Colorado.

Larry’s favorite HPD projects he has worked on:

Larry’s favorite HPD projects he has worked on:

Larry’s favorite non-cryogenic product he has worked on at HPD has been the Weapons Simulation Training devices because of the opportunity it gives law enforcement to hone their skills before having to actually apply them. 
Larry’s favorite non-cryogenic product he has worked on at HPD has been the Weapons Simulation Training devices because of the opportunity it gives law enforcement to hone their skills before having to actually apply them. 
Cryostats have been Larry’s favorite cryogenic product to work on because coming up with simple solutions to removing heat is a very complex problem.
Cryostats have been Larry’s favorite cryogenic product to work on because coming up with simple solutions to removing heat is a very complex problem.
Larry has also enjoyed developing the quantitative MRI Breast and Prostate Phantoms because of the opportunity it gives the medical industry to potentially develop early detection techniques for both women and men.
Larry has also enjoyed developing the quantitative MRI Breast and Prostate Phantoms because of the opportunity it gives the medical industry to potentially develop early detection techniques for both women and men.
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