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Robotics & Automated Manufacturing

Advanced Mechanical Engineering Camp

Have you ever watched How’s it Made? Do you find yourself surfing YouTube and viewing videos of robots and machines doing amazing things? If so then this I the camp is for you! In this camp we’ll learn how to design and manufacture parts with state of the art computer controlled (cnc) machines and how to program industrial robots to automatically assemble parts into finished products. You’ll learn about and use computer-aided design software, computer-aided manufacturing software, 3D printing, jigs & fixtures, end of arm tooling, and robot work cell simulation software. You will work with a state of the art industrial robot and learn how to program it. You’ll make your own end of arm tooling, jigs, and fixtures using advanced computer controlled machine tools and you’ll program the robot to create a fully automated manufacturing work cell.  

ENROLLMENT PROCESS:

All prospective campers must complete the following items before their summer camp application will be evaluated.

  1. Submit the online registration. Submit the personal statement with online registration. Tell us why you are interested in attending this camp and what career fields you are thinking about going into
    It's important to note that acceptance into the program is not guaranteed. Evaluation and notification will take place for each student after the registration form, personal essay and teacher recommendation are completed and returned to the camp director, Dr. Pierre Larochelle. This workshop will be limited to a small number of participants to ensure that all students can maximize their immersive experience.
  2. Pay in full for Camp. An email will be sent upon acceptance to this camp with a link to make this payment. 

Cancellation Policy:

To receive a refund, notice must be given to Shelli Grinager at Shelli.Grinager@sdsmt.edu or 605-394-6144 with the cancelation 30 days before camp.

REGISTER NOW

Cost $200
Grades: 9th-12th for 2021-2022 school year.
June 27th-July 1, 2022 

  • Day Camp
  • 9AM- 3PM
  • Lunch is provided
  • Registration 8:30AM Monday June 13th
  • Parent Reception 1:00PM Thursday  

For more information:

Contact Admissions
(605) 394-6144
Youth.Programs@sdsmt.edu


This camp is brought to you by Dr. Larochelle and Dr. Lalley. —

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Pierre M Larochelle
Department Head and Professor


Dr. Larochelle’s research focuses on the design of complex robotic mechanical systems and enabling creativity and innovation in design. He is the founding director of the Robotics and Computational Kinematics INnovation (ROCKIN) Laboratory, has over 100 publications, holds three US patents, and serves as a consultant on robotics, automation, machine design, creativity & innovation, and computer-aided design. He serves on ABET’s Engineering Accreditation Commission (EAC) and as an ABET Accreditation Visit Team Chair. Moreover, he currently serves as the Chair of the U.S. Committee on the Theory of Mechanisms & Machine Science and represents the U.S. in the International Federation for the Promotion of Mechanism & Machine Science.

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Dr. Aaron Lalley
Lecturer


Dr. Lalley has 23 years of engineer work history including; 18 years with Hutchinson Technology as an engineer in manufacturing, machine design and tool design, working in the process areas of laser welding, shearing, forming and coining. In addition to Hutchinson Technology I have worked for Caterpillar, Midwest Precision Tool and Die, Unified Theory Inc. and Manufacturing Works, an agency of the State of Wyoming, in the areas of machine design, product design , CNC programming, HVAC, MRP, process development and product development. His current research includes chatter modeling in a VMC machining process. Previous research includes: Manufacturing process development for advanced solar cell production Ion implantation for enhanced tooling performance Nano-fiber composite modeling Novel tooling methods for thin metal coining Laser weld process control Novel part handling.


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