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CONTACT INFO
  • Address: PO Box 21132, Here Weare St,
    Melbourne, Vivas 2355 Australia
  • Phone: 1-800-565-2390
  • Email: support@yourname.com

The Center for Manufacturing Innovation (CMI) is a unique collaboration between Greenville Technical College, Clemson University, manufacturing technology suppliers and local industry. As an Enterprise Campus, the manufacturing capabilities of CMI are available to industry partners, start-up firms and other manufacturers seeking to develop, prototype and manufacture new products. As experts in their fields, the manufacturing and engineering faculty and staff of CMI can capably and efficiently support manufacturing firms develop new products and processes.

For industry-client projects, equipment will be operated by Greenville Technical College employees unless the client has been qualified by Greenville Technical College administration to safely operate equipment at CMI. 

For rates and availability, contact:
David Clayton, Executive Director  |  GTC Center for Manufacturing Innovation  |  (864) 250-8718  |  David.Clayton@gvltec.edu


Renishaw AM400RENISHAW AM400 METAL ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING

Build complex metal components direct from 3D CAD data. The Renishaw AM400 is a powder bed laser melting system, capable of producing precise geometries useful for lightweighting of aerospace and automotive components (thin walls, lattices), creation of internal cooling or flow channels, and rapidly creating prototypes or low-volume production with minimal tooling costs.

Key Specifications:
Build Volume: 250 mm × 250 mm × 300 mm Laser Power: 400W
Laser Beam Diameter: 70µm
Open Material Parameters
Atmosphere: Inert Argon
Materialise Magics Build Software
Renishaw Quantum Build Software

Materials:
Stainless Steel 316L CoCr STD AlSi10Mg
Inconel 625 and 718 Maraging Steel
SS 17-4
Ti6V4 


 Projet5000

3D SYSTEMS PROJET 5000 3D PRINTER

Build large or small, durable and precise 3D printed plastic parts. The 3D Systems Projet 5000 is a multijet printer using UV-cured acrylic plastic (3D Systems M5 VisiJet) and wax support material (3D Systems VisiJet S300) to allow product designers the flexibility of prototyping complete assemblies, moving parts, voids and overhangs without difficult support removal and clean-up.

Key Specifications:
Build Volume: 533 mm × 381 mm × 299 mm
Accuracy: 25µm to 50µm per inch of build
3D Systems Build Preparation Software

Three Resolution Settings:
375x375x395 DPI; 64μ layers
375x375x790 DPI; 32μ layers
750x750x890 DPI; 32μ layers

 


Projet460

3D SYSTEMS PROJET 460 COLOR PRINTER

Build full color models and prototypes. The 3D Systems Projet 460 is a powder bed, full color 3D printer capable of producing demonstration models for communicating designs, engineering design validation, medical modeling, architectural renderings, entertainment and art. Print using 3D Systems VisiJet PXL material and infiltrated with salt water cure or ColorBond adhesive to create brighter colors and higher strength parts.

Key Specifications:
Build Volume: 203 mm × 254 mm × 203 mm Resolution: 300 × 400 DPI
Layer Thickness: 0.1 mm
Minimum Feature Size: 0.8 mm 

 

 

 


Airwolf axiom AIRWOLF AXIOM SINGLE AND DUAL HEAD PRINTERS

Economically build prototypes, fixtures and models using fuse deposition modeling technology. The Airwolf Axiom is capable of printing in most thermoplastic materials including high-temperature polycarbonate and nylon filaments. With the Dual model, independently controlled extruders are capable of printing in two colors, or creating parts which require soluble support material. The Axiom also features automatic bed leveling.

Key Specifications:
Build Volume: 304 mm × 203 mm × 241 mm
Orifice Nozzle Diameter (Precision): 0.50 mm or 0.35 mm
Speed: 250 mm/s

 

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