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The Gene Haas Center for Manufacturing Innovation in Greenville SC.

By October 19, 2016July 6th, 20213D Printing, CNC, Software
Gene Haas Center

I had an opportunity to visit the Gene Haas Center for Manufacturing Innovation last week.  To say I really enjoyed it would be an understatement. This brand new center has areas for CNC (subtractive manufacturing), manual milling, lathe work and grinding, 3d printing (additive manufacturing), pneumatics, hydraulics, robots, mechatronics and more! I was there for a lunch and learn that featured 3d printing technology from HP and MarkForged. They also demonstrated 3D design software from Solidworks. This facility is used by Greenville Technical college, Clemson University and by local industry.  They’re starting an business incubator very soon.  Watch the video below for more information.

Greenville Technical College Center For Manufacturing Innovation Website

David Burrell

David Burrell is a husband, father of 3, lifelong inventor, designer and creator. Besides being a CNC enthusiast and maker, he also invented the LoopAlien and patented QuickIT cord attachment devices that were successfully launched on Kickstarter.