Technology Drives Deals, Student Opportunities with Manufacturers
Monday, November 3, 2014
Source: SUNY Oswego News
A wealth of advanced manufacturing equipment, labs and talented faculty and students have positioned SUNY Oswego to “go public,” offering businesses around the region a place to develop and refine products and designs.
The effort will provide the college’s technology students hands-on, commercial experience and provide advanced services to companies in such areas as computer-assisted design, 3D printing and prototyping, materials processing, computer numeric control milling.
The college’s recent Advanced Manufacturing Jam in Park Hall marked the launch of the collaborative venture, with 28 participants in attendance, including such companies as National Grid, Novelis and the Fulton Companies.