Maritime 3D Printing facility prepares for launch in Rotterdam

RAMLAB’s equipment can 3D print large metal objects RAMLAB’s equipment can 3D print large metal objects -Port of Rotterdam

A 3D Printing firm focusing on creating items for the maritime industry is set to open at the Innovation Dock at the Port of Rotterdam, with RAMLAB to begin operating in December 2016.

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