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Canada Makes is pleased to announce Creadditive as a Canada Makes member. Creadditive specializes in the use of cutting-edge scanning technologies to provide high-quality services using new 3D scanning and printing techniques for the commercial construction and heritage restoration market.
“The expertise Creadditive brought together is impressive,” said Frank Defalco, Manager Canada Makes. “I’m certain this company will succeed in using 3D printing and create a whole new way to conserve architectural heritage.”
Creative specializes in short-range 3D scanning and expertise in long-range 3D scanning. The combination of 3D skills and high-performance laser scanning equipment can accurately reproduce high-value objects and irreplaceable pieces, and conserve architectural heritage like never before.
‘We are pleased to join Canada Makes and to be part of Canada’s largest Additive Manufacturing community. We are committed to working with Canada Makes to accelerate the adoption of AM technologies and to find new applications for the benefits of the Canadian economy’, said Martin Lavoie, Co-founder of Creadditive.
May 21, 2015 – Canadian Manufacturers & Exporters’ (CME) Canada Makes is proud to announce a new leadership partnership with 3D printing studio, Objex Unlimited.
Turning ideas into designs, and designs into print, Objex Unlimited operates as a full-service 3D print bureau and 3D solutions provider—from initial idea to finished part. With a collection of industrial and artistic designers on-staff, they will work with you personally to develop your concept, product or prototype. If you want to move your production in-house, they’ll help you find the process and equipment that works best for you.
“We are excited to be partnering with Canada Makes in a joint effort to connect Canadians to the world of additive manufacturing,” said Steve Cory, president and founder of Objex Unlimited. “The opportunity to work together and network with a collection of like-minded organizations is indispensable, and hopefully will allow us to crush current barriers, educate the masses, and uncover new opportunities in this exciting industry.”
The Toronto-based business offers a wide array of 3D scanning and 3D printing services, including a broad range of printers on-site and multitude of materials and printing methods. Objex Unlimited strives to learn each piece of equipment inside and out, and uncover best practices that achieve industry-leading results. Their “open-door” policy allows customers and clients to visit the studio, ask questions, and see the latest additive manufacturing equipment in action.
“We are happy to welcome Objex Unlimited as the latest leadership member in the Canada Makes network,” said Martin Lavoie, CME’s director of policy for manufacturing competitiveness and innovation. “Their input and expertise will be important to development of the additive manufacturing industry in Canada.”
Canada Makes is a network of private, public, academic, and non-profit entities involved in advanced and additive manufacturing.