Indium Develops New 3D Printing Technology Using MVCC’s “FABLab” | Education

MVCC and Indium Corporation have established a partnership that has led to the development of new 3D printing technologies using the college’s fabrication lab.

UTICA, NY – Indium Corporation has partnered with Mohawk Valley Community College to use its manufacturing lab to develop new technologies.

The college’s “FABLab” has enabled the company to invent all-new, patentable 3D printing technologies using its facilities and equipment.

“At Indium Corporation, we partner with colleges and universities around the world to help us develop innovative, industry-leading hardware solutions that enable future technologies,” said Ross Berntson, President and COO of ‘Indium Corporation. “Colleges and universities help provide a solid foundation for major breakthroughs, while providing opportunities for students to be leaders and innovators. We thank MVCC for their support throughout the research and development phase of this exciting new product. »

MVCC’s FABLab is part of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology‘s global network and offers high-tech manufacturing equipment and tools.

Indium Corporation supplies materials for the microelectronics and semiconductor markets around the world.

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