Canadian Manufactures & Exporters (CME) and Canada Makes applaud the creation of the new Sheridan College CAMDT MakerSpace Creative Hub in Brampton Ontario.
The grand opening on Nov. 4 will grant community access to the tools used for additive manufacturing. The hub will include cutting edge technology like 3D modeling and printing, robotics and architectural design.
“Innovation is key to long-term success for any economy, and the creation of the Makerspace hub in Brampton gives local residents a headstart in the world of additive manufacturing,” said Martin Lavoie, CME Director of Policy. “Sheridan College is leading the way in the adoption of additive manufacturing in Ontario and CME’s Canada Makes is pleased to partner with them.”
The Brampton Library, Sheridan College CAMDT and the City of Brampton Economic Development Office worked together to establish this creative workspace where residents, students, entrepreneurs and visitors can come together and collaborate while sharing tools, resources and knowledge about additive manufacturing.
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. The network covers a broad range of additive manufacturing technologies including 3D printing; reverse engineering 3D imaging, medical implants and replacement human tissue and much more.
Where: Brampton Library – Four Corners Branch, 65 Queen St E, Downtown Brampton
When: Tuesday, November 4 from 3:30 to 4:30 pm