Randallstown, MD, Dec 9, 2016 – Root3 Labs, Inc. recently moved operations to their new prototyping and manufacturing facility in Randallstown, MD. This marks an exciting opportunity to increase engineering and manufacturing capabilities in the area.“With over 3,700 sq ft of combined offices and industrial space, we’ll have more room to support our customers growing engineering and product development projects,” said Chad Schneider, President and Founder of Root3 Labs. “The new facility provides office space for our growing staff, a comfortable meeting place for customers and suppliers, a high-tech fabrication and assembly workshop, and storage for prototype and low-volume production units. This expansion will help us better support the broad range of R&D activities needed by our customers.”
The recent award of two multi-year contracts paved the way for several investments in the company during 2016. In addition to the new office and workshop space, the company has been investing in a wide range of tools and machinery to increase internal fabrication capabilities. This will allow for faster design iterations and prototype refinement, leading to better products. The team also expects to immediately hire additional engineers.
The company officially marked their move with an Open House celebration last month. “It was nice to have our friends from area businesses, government, and community organizations come out to show their support,” Mr. Schneider commented. “The Baltimore/Washington area has a vibrant ecosystem for technology and medical device development that we’ve been happy to be part of for the last five years.”
Root3 Labs is an engineering and product development company specializing in the research and development of complex devices for high-risk or challenging environments, including the medical device industry. Since 2012, Root3 Labs has helped businesses transform ideas into prototypes and prototypes into finished products.
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Chad Schneider, 410-701-0164 ext 1, firstname.lastname@example.org