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Digital Manufacturing Technology Center (DMTC)

Enhancing Indiana’s economic and workforce competitiveness by leading engagement with advanced manufacturing technologies.

Recognizing the importance of advanced technology solutions, Purdue Manufacturing Extension Partnership (MEP) and Telamon Robotics have established the Digital Manufacturing Technology Center (DMTC). The Center was created to serve as a showcase for manufacturing technology, giving companies access to demonstrations, training, and consulting expertise. It also showcases advanced technology solutions that Indiana manufacturers will find affordable, accessible, and easy to use. Centrally located in Carmel, Indiana, the DMTC empowers Indiana manufacturers to harness the power of digital manufacturing technologies, transforming unrealized possibilities into new realities.

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This video showcases many of the technologies available at the Center. You can also check out upcoming workshops and events by visiting the Purdue MEP Workshop page. Topics hosted at DMTC  range from collaborative robotics to advanced pneumatics. Contact us at dmtc@purdue.edu to schedule a visit of the Center, which is located in Telamon Corporation at 1000 East 116th Street, Carmel, IN 46032.

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View our recent newsletter - The DMTC Download. Complete the form below to join our mailing list and stay up-to-date on the latest advanced manufacturing news, learn about upcoming workshops, gain advice from our experts, and more. 

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Craig Zehrung
Craig Zehrung, Ph.D.
Senior Manager - Technical Assistance Program

 

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