Advanced Manufacturing and Materials Center at LCCC

LCCC Steps Into Manufacturing

Come Learn with Us

photo of a student and instructor working on a CNC machine

The College offers both credit and non-credit programming leading to skill development, industry certifications, and college credentials.  Specific skills taught include:

  • Safety
  • Lean Manufacturing
  • Mill and Lathe Operations
  • 3-D Modeling
  • Project Management
  • Coordinate Measurement Machine
  • Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing, CNC mill and turning
  • Additive manufacturing
  • Robotics
  • And more

Do you have a product to prototype?

The Concept Forge at the LCCC Advanced Manufacturing & Material Center may be the place to start.

Learn about The Concept Forge equipment and costs.

Stay informed

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Funding Opportunities

Grant funding may be available to businesses through the Wyoming Department of Workforce Services.  More information can be found at: Workforce Development Training Fund. For questions/more information, please call 307.432.1687.

Upcoming Events:

Jan. 8 – Mar. 7: Precision Machining Bootcamp

(Grant funding may be available for qualified applicants.)

View Concept Forge Memberships 

View Holiday Classes at the Concept Forge

Highlights from AMMC Summer Classes

Students who completed the CNC summer bootcamp on July 20, 2023.

photo of the first round of students to complete the CNC Bootcamp Class standing in the AMMC space

Robotics Youth Camp

photo of kids looking at a robotic arm and cheering

Creation Station Youth Camp

photo of kids working on 3D software in the computer lab


The Facility

The AMMC is housed in a renovated 14,200-square-feet space on the LCCC campus, Career & Technical Building. 

Floorplan of the AMMC

photo of 3D printed parts laying on a table in front of the Markforged 3D printer with three men talking
photo of a metal lathe running
photo of a person trying out the zSpace 3D modeling computer


There is a zSpace available for training in virtual and augmented reality. 

In addition, the center offers a Concept Forge, or fabrication lab, to enable new entrepreneur the ability to prototype their product ideas. The Concept Forge includes 3D printers, sewing machines, laser cutters, Glowforge, a sublimation printer, soldering stations, cutting tools and more.

photo of the computer running one of the machines in the AMMC

photo of manual machining area

photo of people talking about machines during the AMMC grand opening event