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Lorain County Community College develops its curriculum with recommendations from local industry experts. Employers and the Lorain County Manufacturer’s Association agree there is a need to prepare students for the digital fabrication and additive manufacturing workforce.
Associate of Applied Science in Digital Fabrication
Learn a variety of skills in digital fabrication and additive manufacturing, preparing yourself for employment in conceptualization, design and development of products and processes. Students who enroll in the digital fabrication technologies degree will have the opportunity to work on a wide variety of machines that can be used to design, develop, fabricate and test a wide variety of objects, providing them with real-world experience before they enter the job market. Typical job titles include Additive Manufacturing Technician, Design and Prototype Engineering Technician, Mechatronics Technician, and Digital Fabrication Specialist.