Roseville, MN — Today Epoch Lacrosse opened the doors to the one of the largest and most technologically advanced lacrosse only research and development centers in the world. This 10,000 square foot facility located in Roseville, MN (St. Paul) gives Epoch and its engineers the ability to push the envelope of equipment design and builds on their position as the technology leaders in lacrosse.
Epoch’s game-changing facility will allow engineers to experiment with the latest composite materials, rapid prototypes and analyze their designs and make changes in real-time. Epoch’s engineers will also have at their disposal a state-of the-art product-testing laboratory, the latest in computer aided design (CAD) software and the ability to test prototypes on equipment exclusive to Epoch. The new facility will also house Epoch’s growing sales/marketing teams and in-house video and photographic studios.
“Our new R&D facility is a huge step forward in the growth of Epoch and overall for the evolution of lacrosse equipment,” said Brian Hochman, Lead Designer at Epoch Lacrosse. “Designers will now have the opportunity to take a concept to a prototype in just under an hour and make changes that in the past would have taken us weeks.”
“This is American ingenuity at its finest,” said James Miceli, Principal of Epoch Lacrosse. “We could not be any happier to have chosen Roseville and Minnesota as the foundation on which to build and grow our company.”
About Epoch Lacrosse
Epoch Lacrosse delivers the finest manufactured lacrosse equipment designed to increase playability and maximize performance by utilizing world-class materials and manufacturing techniques. Epoch tests and re-tests each of its designs to ensure optimal durability, playability and performance. Epoch’s goal is simple, to give players every opportunity to reach their true potential. Live. Play. Be.
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