Potomac Photonics new home.

Potomac Photonics new home.

2014 was a year of many successes for Potomac. First and foremost, we moved to the [email protected] research and development campus near Baltimore. Moving a functioning company after over 30 years on the DC Beltway was no small feat, but the opportunity to be part of a world-class science and engineering community is already realizing huge benefits for us. UMBC President Freeman Hrabowski was most welcoming when he said: “We are delighted that Potomac Photonics has joined the [email protected] community. In addition to welcoming home President and CEO Mike Adelstein, a UMBC alumnus, we look forward to partnering with the company as it expands and builds deeper connections with UMBC students and faculty.”

Rapid manufacturing of small parts including microfluidic chips.

Rapid manufacturing of small parts including microfluidic chips.

A few of our 2014 UMBC collaborations included:

Other highlights of the year included:

Live demos at DigiFabCon Capture Imaginations

Live demos at DigiFabCon Capture Imaginations

Of course this was all in addition to Potomac’s business as usual, providing state of the art digital fabrication services to customers throughout the world. To learn more about some of these inspiring projects, check out their stories on our blog.

For 2015, Potomac will be building upon the foundation laid in 2014 in order to provide the highest quality, fastest turnaround, best value digital fabrication services available today. Whether the tool of choice is 3D Printing, laser micromachining, micro CNC, hot embossing or any of the other technologies at which we excel, Potomac will always provide the complete solution for your manufacturing needs from prototype to production.

Wishing a great 2015 to everyone who made 2014 such a success!