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Partnerships for the Future

Ramaco Carbon’s partners include an array of nationally recognized research, university and strategic industry groups. Ramaco will also seek to work with Sheridan College to create a new local vocational center to offer training for both local students and workers in the necessary skills for jobs in the advanced manufacturing revolution.

Ramaco Carbon recently became a production partner of Silicon Valley-based Carbon, Inc. — a technology pioneer and global leader in 3D printing and advanced manufacturing — to bring its manufacturing hardware to the iPark Wyoming facility. Ramaco Carbon will produce a variety of products and component parts for third parties using Carbon’s innovative, high-speed 3D printers.

Photo Courtesy of Carbon, Inc.
Photo Courtesy of Carbon, Inc.

Fluor is one of the world’s largest engineering, procurement, fabrication, construction (EPFC) companies. They are also the leader in coal to products technology and have been involved in the development and execution of the majority of such facilities operating around the world.

Western Research Institute (WRI), Laramie, Wyoming – brings a long history of research and technology development for beneficial use of hydrocarbon natural resources to assist Ramaco in converting coal to state-of-the art materials and high-value products. WRI’s patented WRITECoalTM process technology produces a very clean carbon feedstock by removing heavy metals and extracting water cleanly for use at the iPark.

Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL), Oak Ridge Tennessee – leads a DOE initiative to develop disruptive technologies for producing low cost carbon fibers using production and test assets that go from lab scale to semi-commercial and from a few grams (single filament) to several tons.

Carbon is a Silicon Valley-based company working at the intersection of hardware, software and molecular science to deliver on the promise of high speed 3D manufacturing.

The company empowers its customers and partners to evolve beyond using 3D printing for basic prototyping to producing at scale by revolutionizing how they design, engineer, make and deliver their products. To learn more, visit www.Carbon3D.com.

Southern Research (SR) is a non-profit research organization that conducts advanced engineering research in materials, systems development, and environment and energy research. It is headquartered in Birmingham, AL, with additional facilities and teams throughout the Southeast.

Southern Research is part of the consortium led by WRI on a Department of Energy (DOE) – Vehicle Technology Office (VTO) funded study to produce carbon fibers from altenate feed sources.

Fluor is one of the world’s largest engineering, procurement, fabrication, construction (EPFC) companies. They are also the leader in coal to products technology and have been involved in the development and execution of the majority of such facilities operating around the world.

Western Research Institute (WRI), Laramie, Wyoming – brings a long history of research and technology development for beneficial use of hydrocarbon natural resources to assist Ramaco in converting coal to state-of-the art materials and high-value products. WRI’s patented WRITECoalTM process technology produces a very clean carbon feedstock by removing heavy metals and extracting water cleanly for use at the iPark.

Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL), Oak Ridge Tennessee – leads a DOE initiative to develop disruptive technologies for producing low cost carbon fibers using production and test assets that go from lab scale to semi-commercial and from a few grams (single filament) to several tons.

Carbon is a Silicon Valley-based company working at the intersection of hardware, software and molecular science to deliver on the promise of high speed 3D manufacturing.

The company empowers its customers and partners to evolve beyond using 3D printing for basic prototyping to producing at scale by revolutionizing how they design, engineer, make and deliver their products. To learn more, visit www.Carbon3D.com.

Southern Research (SR) is a non-profit research organization that conducts advanced engineering research in materials, systems development, and environment and energy research. It is headquartered in Birmingham, AL, with additional facilities and teams throughout the Southeast.

Southern Research is part of the consortium led by WRI on a Department of Energy (DOE) – Vehicle Technology Office (VTO) funded study to produce carbon fibers from altenate feed sources.