Hartford, Conn. – Governor Ned Lamont, the Department of Economic and Community Development (DECD) and the Connecticut Center for Advanced Technology (CCAT) announced today that six manufacturers in Connecticut will be receiving a total of $600,000 in grants to facilitate the adoption of additive manufacturing in their operations. “Connecticut is…
July 2021 – for immediate release To assist manufacturers on their Industry 4.0 journey, global engineering technologies company, Renishaw, has partnered with the Connecticut Center for Advanced Technology, Inc. (CCAT), USA. This applied technology demonstration and training center validates, demonstrates, and assists with the adoption of leading-edge industrial technologies into…
The Additive Technology Adoption Program (AMAP) seeks to infuse additive manufacturing technologies into the production processes of Connecticut manufacturers.
On September 1, 2021, AMAP awarded matching grants of $100,000 each to six manufacturers in Connecticut to facilitate the adoption of additive manufacturing in their operations. Each company will receive a matching grant to be leveraged with an equal or greater amount of company funding.
Congratulations to our recipients:
- Accurate Lock and Hardware Co., LLC, Stamford
- Beacon Industries, Inc., Newington
- Burke Aerospace, Farmington
- Okay Industries, Inc., New Britain
- PTA Plastics, Oxford
- Westminster Tool, Inc., Plainfield
For more details, view the press release.
A program of the Connecticut Manufacturing Innovation Fund, the AMAP program is a partnership of the state Department of Economic and Community Development (DECD) and the Connecticut Center for Advanced Technology, Inc (CCAT).
Questions regarding the Connecticut Additive Manufacturing Adoption Program should be directed to CTAMAP@ccat.us or by calling Paul Striebel at 860.282.4231.