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Edmit Industries joins Canada Makes

Canada Makes is pleased to welcome Edmit Industries as a new member. Since 2008, the Chateauguay Quebec based Edmit has been working with metal additive manufacturing (AM) technology and developing unique ways of combining it with their other core competencies, allowing them to provide significant value added to their clients.Edmit

“We here at Edmit are looking forward to being part of Canada Makes’ network to promote the use of innovative manufacturing technologies such as additive manufacturing AM and meeting potential contacts whom we can develop and ultimately manufacture products,” said Sergio Armano, President Edmit Industries.

“Edmit is one of the first companies, if not the first, in Canada to acquire metal AM technology,” said Frank Defalco, Manager Canada Makes. “We are looking forward to continue working closely with them in bringing their considerable capabilities to Canadian companies.”

“Edmit’s mission is to support clients to design products for the manufacturing process that best meets theirs requirements,” added Armano. “We assist them through the development and prototyping process, and ultimately receive the mandate to manufacture the product.”

Canada Makes recently reported on a project undertaken with Edmit Industries Inc. and MDA to build 3D printed Titanium parts for an innovative graphite strut structure for flight application. For more on the additive manufacturing (AM) project go to – CANADA MAKES, EDMIT & MDA TEAM UP FOR INNOVATIVE SPACE APPLICATION PARTS.

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3D Printed Titanium Bracket and Hub for a Satellite Graphite Strut Structure, fabricated by Edmit Industries

About Edmit
Edmit is a small-to-medium size company specializing in the manufacturing of high-end precision components and assemblies. As Innovators and researchers, EDMIT provides leading edge and innovative methods and concepts. With more than 35 years of expertise, Edmit specializes in metal additive manufacturing (3D printing) of precision metal parts for the aerospace, space and medical industries and are a key partner for research and development projects for space application. edmitinc.com

About Canada Makes
A Canadian Manufacturers & Exporters (CME) initiative, Canada Makes is a network of private, public, academic, and non-profit entities dedicated to promoting the adoption and development of additive manufacturing in Canada. For more information on Canada Makes, please visit www.canadamakes.ca

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