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…A sea change in the coal and manufacturing industries
It’s quickly becoming clear that 3D printing will be the most transformative advanced manufacturing technique of the 21st century. The building blocks of this revolution will be carbon resins.
In Wyoming, Ramaco Carbon is developing the world’s first fully-integrated carbon resource, research and manufacturing facility. The innovative iCAM and iPark facilities will feature not only cutting-edge research, but also a unique “coal to products” manufacturing park located at the mouth of a mine, dedicated to creating advanced materials and high-value carbon products.
A One-of-a-Kind Facility:
The Ramaco Carbon campus is comprised of two facilities.
The iCAM (“Carbon Advanced Materials Center) is a research and development park expected to begin permitting this year and open in 2018.
It will be the first component of the Wyoming iPark, and will provide office, research and lab facilities to incubate carbon related projects from bench scale to pilot stage.
Successful projects will move to full-scale commercial operations at the iPark, a manufacturing facility directly adjacent to the Brook coal mine.
Materials manufactured at the facility will include:
- Carbon Fiber
- Carbon Fiber Reinforced Plastics
- Carbon based Resins
- Graphite & Graphene
- Carbon Nanotubes
- Building Products
“Moving in this direction could provide a sea change
in the landscape of the American coal industry.
The longer-term implications for our overall economy, and for thousands of people employed in the coal industry,
are fundamental and far-reaching.”
– Randall Atkins, CEO of Ramaco Carbon
Ramaco Carbon is excited and proud to bring
this innovative research to Wyoming.