Students in Amos Scully‘s Sophomore Studio toured Advantech, a low volume sheet metal and machining facility that does work in the defense, health care, and transportation industries. At their facility, students were impressed by the 240 ton metal brakes, robotic welding, CNC mills that automatically change out flutes, a laser cutter capable of cutting a 1.25″ armor plate with precision tolerances.
The students viewed New York subway car panels that were designed by Antenna Design, who also gave a guest lecture here at RIT last month.
Thank you, Marissa Allen and Advantech, for the fabulous tour.

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