Home of the first Makerbot Innovation Lab
and Stratasys Superlab

Welcome to the HVAMC


Mission

The HVAMC provides expert advice on 3D printing process and materials and designing for additive manufacturing  to the SUNY New Paltz and the Hudson Valley business community.  Our collection of 3D printers constitute some of the most advanced technology at any academic lab in the country and are available for the campus and wider community to print on.​​

NEW Location:

Engineering Innovation Hub, Room 103
State University of New York at New Paltz
1 Hawk Drive
New Paltz, NY

Click here for a campus map. Dedicated parking spaces are available for HVAMC clients and customers on the east side of the Engineering Innovation Hub.


Recent HVAMC News

Assistant Professor of Art, Aaron Nelson, designed and 3D printed 639 unique pieces for the 12-foot-long “Connector Series #2 — Tiger,” which will be featured in the forthcoming Dorsky Museum faculty exhibition “Collective Consciousness.”
Nelson generated each unique connecting piece using the computer-aided design programming language Grasshopper, printed them on campus in the Hudson Valley Additive Manufacturing Center and connected them by hand using hundreds of poplar dowels. The project took about six weeks to design, print and assemble.

Thank you to our generous sponsors who contributed to the Central Hudson Challenge and helped us exceed our goal, with support from the SUNY New Paltz Foundation:

Ira Schreck '74

Murali Chigurupati


HVAMC Staff

Katherine Wilson

EIH 103
(845) 257-7887
wilsonk8@newpaltz.edu

Daniel Freedman

Science Hall, Room 154
(845) 257-3728
freedmad@newpaltz.edu

Aaron Nelson

EIH 103
(845) 257-7887
nelsona@newpaltz.edu