Nursing student Jelyssa D’Lugo ‘22 knew when she transferred to RIC that she wanted to be as involved as possible on campus. She couldn’t have predicted just how much she would do.
Providing state-of-the-art technology for RIC students, engage K-12 students in STEM career exploration and offering training space for manufacturing businesses.
The Langevin Center for Design, Innovation, and Advanced Manufacturing at Rhode Island College and the Rhode Island STEAM Center are pleased to offer advanced manufacturing and design activities throughout the day.
The 5,100 square-foot space is named named after U.S. representative and alumnus Jim Langevin '90.
- Two programmable robots for automated manufacturing
- Objet 24 and Objet 30 Pro 3-D printers
- uPrint Special Edition 3-D Printer
- 3-D Scanner to read objects and translate them into CAD files
- FaroArm High-Precision Measurement Tool
- 50-Watt Laser Cutter for Plastics, Metals and Wood
- Pneumatics Trainer to power machines and provide other manufacturing applications
- Programmable CNC router
Learn more about the e-Now Solar Van and request demonstrations for 3-D printing, laser cutting, CNC operations and Robotics programming.
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