A new invention by a former Cleveland Heights auto repair-shop owner and Case Western Reserve University engineering professor promises to make painting streets cheaper, faster and less risky to road workers.
Their company is called RoadPrintz Inc. Their technology is incorporated into a special truck equipped with a robotic arm. And a new licensing agreement through Case Western Reserve’s Technology Transfer Office provides the so-called university “spin-out” with exclusive rights to make, use and sell the technology or products using the technology.
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Originally published January 22, 2020.