Trimble Technology Lab is “heritage and future” for Purdue Polytechnic, university's construction programs

The multi-billion dollar Trimble Inc. joined its new partners at Purdue Polytechnic for the launch of the Trimble Technology Lab, which has proven to be productive both for new research and student work right from the start. Read on to hear remarks from President Chiang, Purdue Polytechnic's Dean Daniel Castro and others.

Capture 3D, Zeiss ScanBox gift delivers on cross-college collaboration, increases students' workforce readiness

Purdue Polytechnic faculty and executives gathered with representatives from Capture 3D/Zeiss, Howmet Aerospace and with peers in the industrial engineering program at Purdue to celebrate the recent installation of a Zeiss ScanBox 5120, a large machine that allows facilities to scan manufactured parts for comparison with their “perfect’’ digital versions. The ScanBox resides within the “Build @ Scale” lab, marking the first instance of cross-pollination in a physical teaching space between Purdue Polytechnic and the College of Engineering since Dudley and Lambertus Halls were dedicated.

Purdue IN-MaC, Endress+Hauser cooperate on STEM studios for K-8 students

Endress+Hauser, a services and solutions provider for industrial project engineering and Purdue Polytechnic industry partner, is cooperating with Purdue’s Indiana Next Generation Manufacturing Competitiveness Center (IN-MaC) to provide a Design and Innovation Studio for early education and workforce development. The classroom and maker space is being built in Endress+Hauser’s new commercial office and light industrial facility in Greenwood, Ind.