Welcome To RAMP MD

Over 150 manufacturers, scientists, educators, entrepreneurs, and enthusiasts put their heads together to explore the latest trends and capabilities at RAMP MD’s recent symposium, New Frontiers in Bio-Medical Additive Manufacturing, on March 4, 2016, at Cecil County School of Technology in Elkton, MD. Presentation and photos are available at www.rampmd.org/events. web cover


 

The Next Industrial Revolution

Edgewood Chemical Biological Center's researchers use a multi-material 3D printer to produce numerous self-sealing suction cup prototypes. Additive manufacturing produces workable samples right off the printer. (Photo courtesy US Army).
Edgewood Chemical Biological Center’s researchers use a multi-material 3D printer to produce numerous self-sealing suction cup prototypes. Additive manufacturing produces workable samples right off the printer. (Photo courtesy US Army).

Additive Manufacturing has the potential to transform the way we live, work, and play. Sometimes called 3D printing, many industries are adopting additive manufacturing techniques, and producing medical devices, prosthetics, engines, automotive parts, food, buildings, toys, and much more.

RAMP MD works to help Maryland businesses enter this new industrial age – developing public-private partnerships that add new capabilities and capacity to Maryland’s manufacturing sector.

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RAMP MD held its First Anniversary Open House Wednesday, July 15, 2015 at its offices in Harford County. Over 70 attendees enjoyed exhibits, demonstrations, refreshments, and networking.RAMP MD held its First Anniversary Open House Wednesday, July 15, 2015 at its offices in Harford County. Over 70 attendees enjoyed exhibits, demonstrations, refreshments, and networking. More information here.

Regional Additive Manufacturing Partnership of Maryland