The Summer Institute is a ground-breaking, applications-oriented workshop that will give professionals the understanding to apply the universe of 3D printing technologies/materials to an endless variety of uses, from sophisticated prototypes to end use products for a variety of manufacturing areas, medical applications, the food industry, jewelry, art, fashion and consumer products.
The curriculum is based on our years of experience teaching CAD and 3D printing and the 150+ businesses and inventors we have worked with on 3D printing-related projects. The institute’s goal: enable participants to be sophisticated users of 3D printing, either using their own printers or through the many existing 3D printing service bureaus. The focus will be on applications of polymeric materials.
July 31 – August 4, 2017
- Monday – Friday, 9 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
- Limited to 12 participants
- $1,600 fee includes additive manufacturing costs, all course materials and lunch daily
Pre-requisites: experience with any CAD program is essential. We will have Solidworks and Rhinoceros available. If you use other CAD programs, please bring a laptop.
Only 12 applicants will be accepted to participate. Applications are due by June 30
For more information, contact the Hudson Valley Advanced Manufacturing Center at HVAMC@newpaltz.edu or 845-257-3784.