Robert Hohn, Director of STEM, K-12 and Principal Lina M. Carolini-Cannavo cut the ribbon at the new CoLAB STEAM space at Mamaroneck High School as School Board members and teachers look on.
Mamaroneck High School celebrates the grand opening of it’s brand new state-of-the-art STEAM space, CoLAB.
CoLAB is a hub of inspiration and creativity for Mamaroneck students. Outfitted with a wide variety of technology tools, students will gain a wider understanding of engineering, architecture, design, and computer science concepts. They will also gain insight and creative problem solving skills through hands-on experience.
With these goals in mind, students now have access to 3D printing technology for their modeling and prototyping projects. A variety of 3D printing options are available from well-known brands Stratasys, UltiMaker, and Formlabs. These printers provide an understanding of additive manufacturing through popular printing types Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM) and Stereolithography (SLA).
Epilog Laser Engravers/Cutters and Wazer Waterjet Cutters are on-hand for safe, efficient cutting and decorative uses. CNC machines from Forest Scientific and Tormach also provide additional cutting and routing abilities, rounding out subtractive manufacturing concepts.
Wide-format printer/cutters from Roland DGA bring colorful printing and graphics capabilities for a wide variety of items, such as stickers, signs, banners, wraps, and customized garment imprints.
Stylish and flexible educational furniture from Haskell Education and Hann Manufacturing add the finishing touches on this fantastic new space, creating an inviting and comfortable learning environment for all.
Robert Hohn, Director of STEM, K-12 and design teacher Gwynne Bettencourt pose with the new Roland DGA TrueVIS SG2-540 Printer/Cutter.
A guest at the grand opening takes a photo of sample parts created on a Formlabs Form 3 SLA 3D printer.
Allegheny is honored to have been chosen to help plan and outfit this beautiful and modern new lab. We wish Mamaroneck High School and its students and teachers much success utilizing your new space!