OMIC R&D’s shop floor and laboratories feature state-of-the-art milling and machining equipment. Currently occupying pride of place in this “factory of the future” is a WFL M80 Millturn weighing 42,000 kg. This newest model, a “factory-in-a-box,” is capable of turning out a nearly finished component or product. It is an advanced manufacturing marvel that will increase efficiency and productivity. OMIC R&D’s Millturn will soon be accompanied by additional leading-edge machinery donated or on loan by industry members.
OMIC R&D is located 30 miles north of Portland in Scappoose, Columbia County, Oregon. Sited near the scenic Columbia River, Scappoose is a rural community with room for growth and its own airport.
Mayor of the City of Scappoose
The OMIC R&D facility is located on prime land ready for industrial development, surrounded by scenic wetlands which will remain undisturbed. The building, purchased by Oregon Institute of Technology, which hosts OMIC R&D, has been retrofitted to include a complete machine shop and laboratory testing equipment, as well as offices and conference rooms.
Oregon Manufacturing Innovation Center
Research & Development
33701 Charles T. Parker Way
Scappoose, OR 97056