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Facilities - IRTT

The current facilities at the Institute for Research and Technology Transfer include a number of advanced systems that cover many engineering technology areas. The concepts of Computer Integrated Manufacturing and the introduction of automation on the manufacturing floor have proven to enhance industrial competitiveness and have made it possible for companies to become more profitable. These concepts are evident and well demonstrated by our Computer Integrated Manufacturing (CIM) system which consists of the following machines:


CINCINNATI MILACRON SABRE 750 Vertical Machining Center

CINCINNATI MILACRON T3-7776 Industrial Robot

BROWN & SHARP PFxCell Coordinate Measuring Machine

PC Based CAD/ CAM/ CAE system

LUMONICS Laserdyne 140 MultiWave Laser Cutter

TAFA JP-5000 HP/HVOF Thermal Spray System


ADEPT3 4-Axis Scara Robot for Electronic assembly and packaging

The IRTT has developed an interdisciplinary educational module that links the course of linear algebra and robotics. The purpose of this project is to provide engineering, technology, and mathematics students with insightful understanding of the subject matter and promote student based learning style with less dependence on the instructor. To explore this new module, click on the Linear Algebra/Robotics Module.