Samuel acquires 100% of additive maker Burloak Technologies
Metals and industrial products manufacturer acquired its Burloak minority stake in 2017.
Burloak Technologies additive centre of excellence is operational
Provides customer projects with a range of capabilities from engineering to production.
Additive manufacturer AP&C expands its Greater Montreal operations
GE company says it will add up to 75 skilled jobs over five years.
Wohlers and CRIQ partner on additive manufacturing skills training
Aimed at designers, engineers, and managers wanting to learn how to design parts.
Javelin, Cimetrix Solutions to form 3D printing powerhouse
Will include senior management from both companies, with offices across Canada.
AP&C expands Montreal additive manufacturing operations
$31 million automated facility will increase capacity and create 106 new jobs over the next three years.
Airbus unit unveils 3D printed electric motorcycle [VIDEO]
Company is taking orders for a limited run of 50 motorbikes, costing $56,095 each.
PyroGenesis to spin off its 3D printing business
New public company that will produce metal and alloy powders.
3D metal makers
AMM leverages advanced technologies and innovative minds to enhance Canadian companies’ global competitiveness.
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World’s first additive, subtractive manufacturing service launched
Process combines metal 3D printing and 5-axis CNC machining for complex, low-volume components.
RAPID 3D manufacturing conference returns at CMTS 2015
Will showcase latest advances in additive manufacturing and 3D printing.
BNQ to manage SCC mirror committee on additive manufacturing
Quickly changing technology has shown a need for standards governing terms, definitions and process chains.
SME brings RAPID 3D printing show to Canada in September
Additive manufacturing and 3D printing technologies will be features at AMExpo show.
NASA’s 3D printers will act as flying factories
Will reduce the need for astronauts to load up every tool, spare part or supply they might need.