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Centre for Intelligent Manufacturing

New thinking for new challenges.

Sheridan's leading-edge Centre for Intelligent Manufacturing (formerly known as the Centre for Advanced Manufacturing and Design Technologies) trains the next generation of manufacturing professionals. The 40,000-square-foot centre is home to the most sophisticated 3D commercial printers available at any Canadian university or college.

In this technology hub, engineering students are paired with local businesses in need of 3D printing work, including rapid prototyping of new products. Students get real-world experience not easily taught in a traditional classroom. The Centre for Intelligent Manufacturing also features a state-of-the art robotics lab, which was equipped in partnership with ABB Robotics.

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