The Accelerator works to attract manufacturing-based businesses in the areas of fashion design and production, bottling, artisan manufacturing, and artisan foods. In order to do so, The Accelerator provides below-market occupancy costs, workforce training, mentoring programs, easy access to experienced professionals, and a high-tech plug-and-play environment with SMARTT PODs and a host of other resources.
The Haverstraw Center at Rockland Community College is equipped with five different state-of-the-art 3D printers. This T-SEC-funded equipment is available not only to students of the college but also to the public for training and prototyping purposes.
T-SEC, and our partners, are committed to the promotion of manufacturing jobs in New York. In order to facilitate these opportunities, T-SEC-funded SMARTT PODs and SMARTT Labs are used by a number of our partners to hold public training courses and peer-to-peer manufacturing courses on various equipment.
T-SEC partner Fala Technologies offers training on the T-SEC-provided piece of equipment, the Sheffield Measurement Cordax Discovery CMM, in a number of training programs spearheaded by Fala Technologies President Frank Falatyn.