Bayside High plans to celebrate its new Machining Technology Lab with a ribbon-cutting event. The area will house four large machines in the production lab, two Computer Numerical Control lathes and two milling machines. The school also is home to a welding lab, four 3D printers and a 72” smart board. BPS’ Machining Technology program covers a broad series of topics in advanced manufacturing with an emphasis on fundamentals and advanced machining knowledge, skills and techniques. The program is the only one of its kind in Brevard County.
Students will be stationed throughout the lab to answer questions after the ribbon cutting. In attendance will be BPS board members, superintendent and staff, Senator Debbie Mayfield, Palm Bay Mayor William Capote and other community and business leaders.
The event will begin at 3:20 p.m. Bayside High is located at 1901 Degroodt Rd., SW, Palm Bay.