Times: 8:30 am — 4:30 pm
Location: 185 Main Street, New Britain, CT 06051
If you are a CT manufacturing company with less than 2000 employees, not receiving other funding, you may qualify for 50% funding by the CT Dept. of Labor. Complete the DOL Form and email to email@example.com for approval.
We are waiting for funding approval beyond 3/31
Industry 4.0 Advanced Manufacturing Overview
If you are a CT manufacturing company with less than 2000 employees, not receiving other funding, you may qualify for 50% funding by CT DOL. Class size is limited.
Participants will be introduced to the Industry 4.0 process, its tipping points, and multiple technologies used in production including: Mechatronics, Automation, Solid Modelling, and 3D Printing. Participants will learn the value of incorporating these technologies into today’s manufacturing environment. The course will be classroom and on-line learning using ToolingU modules. The Education and Innovation Center in the downtown campus will be used to explore automation, computerized design and operational systems. Utilization of Advance Manufacturing techniques will help participants to begin the journey for improving processes, services, or products to achieve breakthroughs and disruption in markets. It will include in-class exercises and software tools to achieve fundamental understanding of Advanced Manufacturing.
Recommended reading: The Fourth Industrial Revolution by Klaus Schwab. Published by Crown Business, New York ISBN 978 - 1 - 5247- 5886 – 8 (not supplied).
- Elements of Advanced Mfg. for your company
- Advanced Manufacturing Materials
- Systems Management
- Robotics and Controllers
- Additive Manufacturing
- Solid Modelling and 3D Printing
- Part and Tooling Design