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, roughly 30,000 square feet, was purchased by our host institution, Oregon Institute of Technology, and 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