Santa Fe Springs, CA – the world’s first 3D printed vehicle is touring the U.S and is making a stop in Southern California at the NTMA Training Centers in Santa Fe Springs on January 27th.
NTMA Training Center
Tuesday, January 27th, 2015
10:00 am – 2:00 pm
12131 Telegraph Road
Santa Fe Springs, CA 90670 USA
The 3D-printed, zero-emission vehicle was built in the fall of 2014 at IMTS -The International Manufacturing Technology Show, the nation’s largest manufacturing trade show, produced by AMT – The Association for Manufacturing Technology. The vehicle named “Strati,” meaning “layers” in homage to its Italian designer, came together through collaboration between AMT, IMTS, Local Motors, Oak Ridge National Laboratory and Cincinnati, Inc.
Manufacturing and 3D printing has once again been brought to the forefront, with President Obama traveling this week to Michigan to discuss US manufacturing.
The NTMA Training Centers has invited local youth community members to learn more about manufacturing and see firsthand the capabilities of 3D printing. The goal is to build our nation’s future by promoting a resurgence of technical education & igniting a passion for designing and building in youth who have the attitude & aptitude required for a successful career in manufacturing.
Entry is free and open to the public (all ages).
For more information about the Strati’s Stop in Southern California, including ways to get involved, contact Terry Kerwin at email@example.com. For additional information on NTMA, visit www.trainingcenters.org
(562) 404-4295 x.111
NTMA Training Centers is a not for profit school with campuses in Santa Fe Springs and Ontario with a vision to supply the Southern California Machining Industry with a healthy, well-trained workforce while elevating the image of the industry.
Since 1968, NTMA has trained nearly 75,000 men and women for careers in the tooling, machining and manufacturing industry. NTMA provides machining education and training by preparing qualified candidates for entry level jobs, providing advanced machinist training to current industry employees and promoting professional work ethics and values.