DMG Mori and Illinois Tech plan advanced manufacturing center

The German company DMG Mori and the Illinois Institute of Technology plan to build a national center for advanced manufacturing. It is intended to prepare workers for advanced manufacturing technology, which also includes additive manufacturing. Let’s summarize the plans of the two companies.


Illinois Tech announced in a press release that it plans to establish a national center for advanced manufacturing with German manufacturer of CNC machines and 3D printers DMG MORI. Their goal is to establish one of the country’s first joint university and industry academies, in which the workers of the future will be introduced to and trained in advanced manufacturing technologies.

Prepared for the technology of the future

Almost all market research institutes agree that millions of workers will use 3D printing and other advanced technologies in their daily work, including in the semiconductor industry, in the not too distant future. The planned national center is intended to play a decisive role in preparing future workers for these new challenges. In the Chicago area, where the first Formnext Chicago is expected to take place in 2025, the center will directly help empower local and national employees at high-growth, high-paying, high-tech manufacturing companies. Working with industry and academic partners across Illinois, the center seeks to ensure the greatest possible impact on economic development and workforce development.

The center’s academy is located on Illinois Tech’s historic Bronceville campus on Chicago’s South Side. It offers curricula, both online and offline, that align with the growing demand for industrial workers and important economic and national security priorities. The center’s launch is ideal for helping Illinois take advantage of new programs and investments under the CHIPS Act.

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votes to the center

US Congressman Sean Casten (D-IL) said:

“Thanks to the CHIPS and Science Act, this partnership between DMG MORI and Illinois Tech will strengthen our manufacturing and semiconductor workforce and provide great union jobs to Illinois citizens. I proudly voted to pass this bill to secure the future of American science and innovation, lower costs for families in my district, and ensure federal funding to educate and train the workforce of the future. This new partnership further demonstrates that Illinois has the workforce and innovation to continue to lead the nation in manufacturing.”

Illinois Governor JB Pritzker said:

“This groundbreaking partnership between DMG MORI and Illinois Tech will not only open doors for countless Illinois students, but will also cement our status as the national hub for the manufacturing industry. It is partnerships like this that advance our vision of an economically prosperous Illinois with the promise of opportunity at every turn.”



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