The Hudson Valley Advanced Manufacturing Center (HVAMC) is the organizational home of SUNY New Paltz's ambitious 3D printing program. The Center integrates the College's strengths in engineering, computer science, technology, and the innovation and creativity of the arts. The HVAMC contracts with businesses and individuals to supply 3D design and fabrication services.
HVAMC Assistant Director Katherine Wilson is a recent alumna of the Metal graduate program at SUNY New Paltz and a former teaching assistant for the Art Department. Wilson completed her undergraduate studies in Metals/Jewelry/CAD/CAM at the Tyler School of Art at Temple University.
Daniel Freedman is the dean of the School of Science and Engineering at SUNY New Paltz and director of the HVAMC. Before becoming dean in 2012, Freedman served as interim dean in 2011, and previously served as chair of the Chemistry Department. He received the 2009 SUNY Chancellor's Award for Excellence in Teaching.
HVAMC currently has the following 3D printing equipment available in addition to standard fabrication equipment: