Exterior view of the Applied Technology Center on Redwood Campus, featuring the north-facing stone facade. Snowy mountains are visible beyond the building, but the lawn and trees are green.
The ATC sculpture in the midst of being unveiled. It is partially covered by a blue tarp, tied with yellow cord.
Slide photographs of the Applied Technology Center (ATC), also known as the Metal Trades Building, on the Taylorsville Redwood Campus. Photographs include the inside and outside of the building, students, faculty, and machinery equipment. Photographs also include Orville D. Carnahan (President 1981-1990), Heber T. Hunt (Interim President 1990-1991), Judd D. Morgan (Interim President 2003-2005), Norman H Bangerter (Governor 1985-1993), and Frank W. Budd (President 1991-2000).
A student operating a metal lathe in the Applied Technology Center.
A large group of people filing into the Applied Technology Center, beneath an arch of blue and yellow balloons. Many of the people are wearing formal suits.
Judd Morgan and three other men stand together, laughing candidly, outside of the Applied Technology Center. Morgan is holding slips of paper that he has drawn from a glass bowl held by another man, as in a raffle.
A demonstration of an automated welding machine. It is fenced off, and students are observing from the other side of the bars. The machine is a GM Fanuc Arc Mate. It is a tall robotic arm, painted bright yellow, and it is encircled by a black work surface, at the height of an average desk.
Color 35mm slide images of an automatic welding machine performing a demo for on-lookers.
A close-up view of a robotic arm welding the letters SLCC" into a metal plate. The machine is a GM Fanuc Arc Mate."
A demonstration of an automated welding machine, overseen by an SLCC instructor. The machine is a GM Fanuc Arc Mate. It is a tall robotic arm, painted bright yellow, and it is encircled by a black work surface, at the height of an average desk.