Get started with Robotics at Penn State University - OriginLabs

OriginLabs is Penn State's newest prototyping and product development facility, serving the entire university and the community at large. Our labs encompass 7,000 sq. feet of woodworking, metalworking, digital fabrication equipment, including additive manufacturing, CNC, and collaborative robotics. Users can elect a hands-on approach through a "makerspace membership," or contract our staff through the Service Bureau.

Contact Information

Eric J Barron Innovation Hub, 123 S Burrowes Street, State College, Pennsylvania 16801
(814) 867-4408

What Penn State University - OriginLabs can offer you.

With generous support from the Appalachian Regional Commission, OriginLabs is hosting a series of cost-free workshops on advanced manufacturing technologies entitled RAAMP: Realizing Automated and Advanced Manufacturing Processes. These 3 - 5 hour crash courses take place on Saturdays and provide an introduction to potential use-cases, basic equipment operation overview, and hands-on experience geared toward an absolute novice. Technologies presented include collaborative robotics, additive manufacturing, laser scanning/CMM, and CNC metal fabrication.

Contact Penn State University - OriginLabs

Take the first step towards your career in robotics in manufacturing! All of the training on has been vetted by industry experts and will give you the skills that employers need.

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