Welcome to DMT
Fall classes start Sept. 21st, 2020
The DMT Dep't will be open for Fall
The Design and Manufacturing Technologies Department is a distinguished California Career Technical Education program that focuses on industry specific classes and skills in the areas of
- Computer-Aided Design (CAD)
- Computer Numerical Control (CNC)
- Computer-Aided Manufacturing (CAM)
- Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing (GD&T)
- Coordinate Measuring Machine (CMM)
- 3D Printing and Additive Manufacturing Technologies
Virtual Information Session
DE ANZA COLLEGE (Cupertino,CA)
- CNC Machining, CAD, CAM, 3D Printing
- Thursday,8/20/2020 @ 6pm
Classes start September 21st!!!!!!!!
- Meet the instructors, program information, tour the shop, review the curriculum, cover job opportunities. Do you need help applying to the college, enrolling in classes, or just exploring which classes you should take. Check out our advanced manufacturing CNC machine shop and additive manufacturing lab on the DMT website? Stay tuned to this web page for more details.
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DMT in the News
Bay Area schools repurpose their 3D printers to make PPE for medical workers. Read More
CUPERTINO, Calif. (KGO) -- When De Anza College in Cupertino closed in mid-March due
to the COVID-19 pandemic, one room stayed open.
Ever since it became clear that there was a worldwide shortage of personal protective equipment, Dunsky and the staff at the school's Department of Design and Manufacturing Technologies have been running the school's 3D printers constantly to make face shields for medical workers.
3D Printing Group Expands COVID-19 Efforts
Since partnering with local non-profit Maker Nexus seven weeks ago, the 3D printing experts in De Anza’s DMT Department have been busy. Mike Appio, Department Chair, and a team of four DMT staffers have been running the Additive Manufacturing Lab’s 3D printers 7 days a week, 20 hours per day, to turn out parts for protective face shields. Maker Nexus donates and distributes the fabricated equipment to medical personnel throughout the Bay Area and beyond. The initiative has rapidly evolved to high-volume production at Maker Nexus and its army of 500+ volunteer “Makers.” To date, the Sunnyvale outfit has delivered over 40,000 of the shields, with orders pending for over 11,000 more.
DMT Producing Face Shields for Health Workers
The shields are being delivered directly to workers at local hospitals and medical offices.
DMT Student Profile
- Read more about Roxana Castellón
Virtual Tour: De Anza's DMT Program
De Anza's DMT Department is a Gene Haas Center for Design and Manufacturing, in the heart of Silicon Valley.
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|3D Printing/AM Group|
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