RAWL offers solutions that inspire students with engaging, hands-on activities designed to generate growth in your STEM program.
Investigate solutions that grow your STEM and Health Science programs. Students develop sophisticated problem-solving skills, while working towards industry certification and participating in Robotics competitions.
Post-Secondary students require modern laboratory equipment and software to reinforce engineering concepts at a university, and industry related equipment to develop specialized skills to run a modern automated facility at a community college or workforce program.
Modern manufacturing requires new tools such as additive manufacturing as well as having a well-trained workforce to improve competitiveness. RAWL provides a full range of 3D Printers that produce either metal or composite reinforced parts strong enough to utilize for fixtures and tooling, or as replacement parts. In addition, we offer training solutions for your maintenance workforce.
Teaching with technology is easier and more effective with Netop Education Solutions.
- Guide to 3D Printing on the Production Line
Not sure how to identify the best applications for 3D printed parts in your operations? Download this white paper to see where AM can improve maintenance, repair, and operations (MRO) processes in your business.
2017.05.30 - Wyoming County Career & Technical Center Introduces Students to Advanced Manufacturing
Students utilize an SMC MAS-200 System to learn about automated systems. This includes PLC's, Pneumatics, Electrical, and Mechanical Devices.
2017.05.30 - Campbell University -New Chemical Engineering Lab
Campbell University has developed a new Unit Operations Laboratory utilizing state of the art Armfield equipment.
2016.05.06 - Fairfax County Public Schools Introduces Vex IQ Into Middle School Labs
Fairfax County schools have equipped their middle schools Technology Education Labs with Vex IQ robots to introduce students to STEM concepts and programming.
2017.12.01 - West Virginia University Robotics Technology Center acquires the Mark X7 3D Printer
The WVU Robotics Lab chose the Mark X 3D printer, providing a larger print volume and an increased variety of print materials available.