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Robotics and Automated Manufacturing

Mechanical Engineering Summer Camp 

Have you ever watched How it's Made? Do you find yourself surfing YouTube and viewing videos of robots and machines doing amazing things? If so, then this is 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 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 state of the art industrial robots and learn how to program them. You’ll design and make your own end of arm tooling, jigs & fixtures, and robot programs to produce a fully automated manufacturing work cell.

Space in this camp is very limited, so register today! We will begin notifying students of camp acceptance for the Robotics and Automated Manufacturing Camp in early January 2020.


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

  1. Submit the online registration.
  2. Submit a Student Interests Statement along with the online registration. In no more than 400 words, answer the following in a short essay:
    • More about you and your interests
    • Why you want to attend this camp and what you hope to learn
    • What attributes you bring to the camp
  3. Provide contact information (name, email and phone number) of a trusted teacher so that we can ask that they complete a brief recommendation survey for the student.   

It's important to note that acceptance into each camp 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 SD Mines Summer Camps. Registration review and acceptance for this camp will take place early January 2020.

Cost: $975
Grades: 9th-12th
  • Includes camp, activities, supplies, room and board
  • $300 registration deposit, applied to cost of program
  • Learn more about camp schedules, travel details, and more  here!
  • Scholarships are available!                  

For more information

Contact Admissions,   
(605) 394-2414                                  

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The SD Mines Mechanical Engineering department, which offers a premier project-based engineering design curriculum and provides our graduates with a superior educational experience through teaching and learning, research and development, and service & social responsibility.  





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