Interested in 3D Printing and have a concept you’d like to prototype?
When Rockland Community College (RCC) opened the RCC Haverstraw Center it provided a hub for entrepreneurs and the business community.
It was designed to serve as a location for discovery and learning. The jewel in the crown being the 3D Print Center funded by T-SEC.
The 3D Print Center was intended to provide manufacturers and members of the business community access to CAD workstations for:
- Prototypes and the creation of STL files for printing
- The use of high end multiple 3D printers
- Classroom training needed to effectively use the equipment.
The 3D printers and Solidworks software stations at the Haverstraw Center can be used to create product prototypes as part of the design process.
Manufacturers can promptly test concepts to advance business ventures.
Initial prints at the 3D Printing Center are available to New York-based businesses free of charge.