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ColorPage recently donated $2,500 to the Hudson Valley Advanced Manufacturing Center at SUNY New Paltz. The donation was the final amount needed to meet Central Hudson’s $200,000 grant award challenge to the Center.
The Hudson Valley Advanced Manufacturing Center at SUNY New Paltz was required to raise $50,000 in contributions from the manufacturing community to receive the generous offer from Central Hudson. “The money raised will further enhance the 3D metal printing capabilities we are adding to the center, made possible by the $500,000 award recently received from the Dyson Foundation”, explained Daniel Freedman, Dean of the School of Science and Engineering, and Director of the Hudson Valley Advanced Manufacturing Center.
Frank Campagna, President of ColorPage, turned to Freedman and his expertise when he concepted a complex 3D printing project for a client. Together, they collaborated on Campagna’s idea to manufacture over 100 scaled down models of the Rondout Lighthouse, complete with beacon that would light up.
“What a tremendous manufacturing and consultative resource we have here in the Hudson Valley. How great is it to know that a company like ours can think out-of-the-box for our clients and take an idea from a 3D prototype to manufactured products within weeks”, said Campagna.
Campagna further explained, “I’ve learned that in supporting important educational facilities like the Advanced Manufacturing Center, I am investing in our economy by helping to improve the educational, manufacturing, and small business development opportunities both locally and afar. Like our company, this facility brings together artists, design engineers and the manufacturing process. I look forward to working with Dan and his team on future projects.”
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The Hudson Valley Advanced Manufacturing Center at SUNY New Paltz, HVAMC provides expert advice on 3D printing process and materials and designing for additive manufacturing to the SUNY New Paltz and the Hudson Valley business community. Their collection of 3D printers constitute some of the most advanced technology at any academic lab in the country and are available for the campus and wider community to print on. https://sites.newpaltz.edu/news/2019/02/hvamc-at-suny-new-paltz-receives-central-hudson-development-grant/