Ramp-O-Matic started out in 2018 as a project to fix my broken, unobtanium ramp for my Gottlieb Arena machine. In the last two years, I have been able to reproduce many ramps which had little chance for reproduction. Thanks to the surge in the popularity of pinball, old machines from the 1980's and 1990's are now getting attention again, and having new ramps available helps make an old machine more attractive again.
Ramp-O-Matic is still a part time operation, while I still maintain a full time day job. I keep my batches small in order to keep projects flowing. You may see items that are out of stock, but I do make an effort to run OOS items as soon as possible once they are needed.