The Robotics Realization Lab supports faculty and students in the Maryland Robotics Center by providing the most advanced human-safe robots for manufacturing and medical applications as well as mechanical and electrical rapid prototyping equipment to support the development of robot hardware that is not commercially available.
Some of the equipment in the RRL (see Equipment page for more):

uPrint

   uPrint SE Plus: Fused deposition modeling 3d printer using ABSplus thermoplastic

Baxter

 Baxter: Humanoid robot with 2 7-axis arms, integrated cameras, sonar, and torque sensors using ROS
 
prime17w

Optitrack Prime 17w motion capture: 4 camera setup with 360 fps, 1.7 MPixel cameras