Rose State to Unveil New 3D Printer and MOOG Additive Manufacturing Lab at Ribbon Cutting
Rose State College will host a ribbon cutting ceremony commemorating the launch of the EOS M-270 Metal 3D-Printer and MOOG Advanced Additive Manufacturing Learning Lab on Tuesday, April 23rd, 2019 at the STEM Center.
MOOG, Inc., an American-based designer and manufacturer of motion and fluid controls and control systems for applications in aerospace, defense, industrial and medical devices, provided the EOS M-270 Printer, a metal laser bed infusion-based 3D printer, to Roes State for training and will assist in developing a multi-level curriculum.
The partnership between Rose State and MOOG has already allowed for the creation and delivery of additive manufacturing courses for an adult workforce program. Nearly one-hundred students have taken advantage of the training which allows military and civilian citizens to immerse themselves in the rapidly growing industry of manufacturing.
The current curriculum includes three courses ranging from two days to five days each. Sessions include an Introduction to Additive Manufacturing (AM-101), Engineering and Design for Metal Additive Manufacturing (AM-201) and Practical Application for Metal Additive Manufacturing (AM-301).