The new dust accelerator facility at the NLSI Colorado Center for Lunar Dust and Atmospheric Studies (CCLDAS) is now fully operational. The 3 MV electrostatic linear accelerator features a 20-kV pre-accelerating dust source which launches positively charged particles into the primary beamline. The beam consists of well-focused and characterized dust particles in the size range of 0.1 to a few micrometers, and velocities approaching 100 km/s. The facility is used for impact experiments to study the production of secondary particles, plasma and neutrals, crater formation and film penetration studies, and for the testing and calibration of dedicated dust instruments. We present an overview of the results of our recent campaigns of impact experiments, cratering experiments, and instrument testing. Additionally, we present plans for upcoming experimental campaigns such as cryogenic target studies and discuss opportunities for the lunar, planetary, space and plasma physics communities to take advantage of this facility.