Today at the Paris Air Show, Governor Lamont announced that Pietro Rosa TBM (PRTBM) and New England Airfoil Products (NEAP) have entered into an international partnership agreement with CCAT to accelerate the adoption of additional key manufacturing technologies within the Pietro Rosa TBM Group.
3D printing is transforming the manufacturing industry through tool and fixture development, prototyping savings, and part optimization. Our Additive Technologies Adoption Program provides small and medium-sized Connecticut manufacturers 3D printing support through demonstrations, trainings, and adoption assistance.
Ways to Get Started:
Attend introductory workshops and trainings →
Learn about advanced technologies or strengthen your technical skills.
Submit a request for a technology demonstration project or adoption support →
We’ll work with you to demonstrate how 3D printing can lead to improvements in your manufacturing process and we can provide onboarding support.
Apply for a grant to help cover the expense of adopting 3D printing technologies →
See if your company is eligible for matching funds.
Technology Workshops and Trainings
Register for workshops and trainings hosted by CCAT and presented by technology experts. View full event calendar.
- September 26 @ 8:00 am – September 29 @ 5:00 pm
- September 29 @ 12:00 pm – 12:30 pm
- October 3 @ 8:00 am – 4:00 pm
- October 4 @ 3:00 pm – 6:00 pm
Watch past workshops covering industry 4.0 topics anytime, on-demand.
Additional information about training opportunities coming soon.
Demonstration Projects and Adoption Support
Are you interested in exploring how additive technologies can impact your company? Connecticut small and medium-sized manufacturers are invited to submit a request for a technology demonstration project or adoption support.
If you are moving forward with adopting additive technologies into your business, Money for Manufacturing is available for eligible Connecticut manufacturers through matching grant programs. Funded by Connecticut’s Department of Economic and Community Development Manufacturing Innovation Fund (MIF) and administered by CCAT.
Additive Voucher Program (AVP)
$20,000 to assist with the acquisition of additive manufacturing technology – hardware, software and related third-party integration services. Administered on a first-come first-served basis.
Additive Manufacturing Adoption Program (AMAP II)
A competitively based program that will award six Connecticut manufacturers $100,000 each for adding additive manufacturing into their production processes. Application acceptance will run from January 1, 2024 through February 29, 2024.
Learn more about all our Money for Manufacturing programs at ccat.us/programs.