Bringing additive metal manufacturing to Maine
The University of Maine Advanced Manufacturing Center is offering additive metal manufacturing services and training to businesses statewide.
3D printing with wood products
UMaine's Advanced Structures and Composites Center and the Department of Energy’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory have partnered on efforts to 3D print with wood products, creating a new market for Maine’s forest products industry.
Courses, internships and incubators foster student innovation in Maine and beyond.
CONNECTING UNIVERSITY KNOWLEDGE AND RESEARCH TO BUSINESS AND INDUSTRY.
INNOVATION. GROWTH. EFFICIENCY.
We build partnerships, make connections, and communicate in matters of innovation, economic development, and workforce development while empowering new and existing businesses around the state, strengthening the economy, and enabling students, faculty, and staff to pursue innovation and entrepreneurship for the University of Maine System.
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