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CAD Labs & Facilities

Mid offers the CADD Program at two campus locations, Harrison and Mt. Pleasant. All DRF/CAD classes are taught at the Harrison Technical Education Center and/or the Morey Technical Education Center in Mt. Pleasant. Each location has a main computer lab where the DRF/CAD courses are held, and open computer labs where various CAD software programs are also installed.

CAD Classroom Harrison Tech Center

Leading-Edge Technology

Mid's CADD Program offers courses in three of the most up-to-date, in-demand, industry standard software programs. Graduates can be assured they will be fluent in the following CAD software programs:

  • SolidWorks (2D & 3D Mechanical Drafting & Design)
  • AutoDesk AutoCAD ( 2D Mechanical Drafting)
  • AutoDesk Revit (2D & 3D Drafting & Design)

Each CADD Lab is supplied with 24 computer stations with the latest Windows operating system, as well as the most up-to-date hardware and software as required for running the CADD software programs efficiently.

Professor assisting CAD student

2 dimensional diagram of a mechanical part displayed on a computer screen

CAD student designing a home with a CAD program

3D Printing & Prototyping

Students in Mid's CADD Program have the opportunity to gain experience with 3D printing and prototyping. At the Harrison Campus Technical Education Center’s 3D Printing Lab we have (8) 3D printers along with some other prototyping and product design equipment/technology. Plans are in place to add a 3D Printing Lab at the Morey Technical Education Center in Mt. Pleasant in the near future.

3D Printers Harrison Tech Center

Virtual Tour of our harrison Campus Technical Center

Harrison Campus - Technical Education Center

 
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