Zentech to Exhibit at Maryland Manufacturing Day; Join Governor Hogan and Others


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Zentech Manufacturing Inc. is proud to announce its continued support of National Manufacturing Day with its exhibitor participation in the Regional Manufacturing Institute's (RMI) Maryland Manufacturing Day event on October 6, 2017 from 9am - noon at Martin’s West. We hope that you can join us and support advanced manufacturing and STEM education in the State of Maryland.

ABOUT THIS EVENT:
Join Governor Hogan, Maryland advanced manufacturers and top college and university STEM-related teams on this important occasion to raise the profile of our industry.
 
rmi-logo.jpgRMI and the Maryland MEP are co-hosting this technology showcase and matchmaking event on October 6 at Martin's West to feature the following:
 

  • Amazing technologies and talent from our Maryland universities with applications for advanced manufacturing right here in our State. 
  • Confirmed exhibiting teams include the Hopkins Rocketry Club, UMD VR Club (MPLEX), MICA Digital Fabrication, the Maryland Unmanned Autonomous Systems team, Hopkins Space Team, Terrapin Works, Maryland Robotics Club teams, Terps Racing Team, UMBC Baja SAE Racing Team and more.
  • Top Maryland advanced manufacturing companies like Textron Systems, Zentech, Stanley Black & Decker, PRS Guitars, Maritime Applied Physics Corporation, Arnold Packaging and Ready Robotics, Harbor Designs Manufacturing, Holmatro, Xometr, Knorr Brake Company, Direct Dimensions, Orlando Products, North American Millwright and more will showcase a variety of technologies including 3D, robotics, electronics and other advanced manufacturing applications for attending students.  

 
We have limited exhibit slots, and they are going fast. Manufacturers of advanced technology products and technologies and university and college STEM-related technology teams, please contact Peter Gourlay today at 443-275-2489 or email him at peter.gourlay@rminextgenm.com.
 
  
To Register, Sponsor or Exhibit, Click here.


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