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The students and lecturers learnt about #CNCmachining – how it works, and how codes are generated and executed.
The students had hands-on training on 3D scanning, laser cutting, and laser engraving.
Engineering for Industry (E4i) is supported by Aspire Coronation Foundation
Engineering product design involves bringing creative and innovative product ideas to life, and this is a crucial aspect of manufacturing. We have a team of experienced engineers at CLINTONEL who create new products through efficient idea generation and concept development.
At Clintonel Advanced Engineering Centre – AEC, we design and 3d print products for clients.
A lot of industries today are embracing 3D printing technology as a method of manufacturing because of its significant advantages over other traditional manufacturing methods. One of which is rapid prototyping; the ability to design and manufacture a customized part of a product in as little time as possible.
To address the gross engineering skills gap in Nigeria, Clintonel Innovation Centre (CIC) Aba pioneered Engineering for Industry (E4I) program, through which we provide capacity building for engineering lecturers, students and graduates on Essential Industry Skills, Research & Development.
Engineering students from different tertiary institutions are currently undergoing Industrial Training at our Advanced Engineering Centre Aba.
Today, we’re glad to announce that three of the students just passed an International Certification Examination on Essential Engineering Skills: Computer-Aided Design and Computer-Aided Manufacturing (CAD & CAM)
They’re now Autodesk Certified Users and can work with engineering companies in any part of the world. We’ll keep working hard to bridge the skills gap.
We’re grateful to our partners: Royal Academy of Engineering Aspire Coronation Trust Foundation and Autodesk