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CME Canada Makes delegation tours Formnext

Last week was a whirlwind tour of the very best the world of additive manufacturing has to offer at Formnext 2018 in Frankfurt Germany for the Canada Makes delegation. It began on Monday November 12th with TraCLight’s (the Transatlantic Cluster for Lightweighting) Annual Cluster meeting in Stuttgart, followed by on-sight industrial visits of Trumpf and Advanced Clean Production (ACP).

Below are pictures of some the highlights of the week. We thank the following companies for hosting our delegation; BigRep, BASF 3D Printing Solutions, DMG MORI, 3D Systems, ADD UP, Renishaw, Fraunhofer, GE Additive, SLM Solutions and Tekna.

Canada Makes delegation at TraClight in Stuttgart

Canada Makes delegation with TraCLight partners outside Trumpf headquarters

Canada Makes delegation outside ACP factory

Notice the small bicycle Martin Petrak is holding, a gift from Trumpf’s created with their impressive metal laser cutting machine

Juan Schneider of Nanogrande showing parts built on his MPL-1 machine to Canada Makes delegates

Canada Makes visits Fraunhofer

Canada Makes at GE Additive

SLM Solutions shows off car with many additive parts

Canada Makes visits our partners at Tekna

The following is a list of participants to this year’s Formnext; Precision ADM, Kilmarnock Enterprise, AON3D, Renishaw Canada, McGill University, The University of Waterloo, Québec Metallurgy Centre (CMQ), Exergy Solutions, Promation, Axis Prototypes, Anubis 3D and CAD MicroSolutions.