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Poly-Shape joins Canada Makes

Canada Makes is pleased to announce Poly-Shape as its newest partner to join our National Additive Manufacturing network.

With an industrial expertise developed for more than 15 years in several high tech and regulated sectors such as aerospace, medical devices, energy and more specifically motorsport, working notably with large numerous Formula 1 teams, POLY-SHAPE is recognized as an European Leader in Metal Additive Manufacturing (Metal AM) production. With a wide and diverse pool of 25 production machines and a metallurgy laboratory, the company masters all AM technologies using metal powders or wires.

“Solving future industrial challenges is the core focus of our innovative company’s strategy. Poly-Shape is your global additive industry solution provider,” Stephane Abed, CEO and founder of Poly-Shape.

POLY-SHAPE has built an impressive reputation for its expertise in metal AM, its integration of the entire AM value chain and its client focus. The company is second to none with a team of experts ensuring complete control over every aspect of every job, from design (DfAM) to delivery, including machining and finishing, this technological leadership is supported by an important R&D department.

In September 2018, Poly-Shape teamed up with another big french actor of the 3D printing, AddUp, based in Clermont Ferrand. AddUp was formed in 2016 following the decision of two French leading industrial firms, Fives et Michelin, to create a major player in metal 3D printing. AddUp and Poly‚ÄźShape share the same vision regarding the evolution of the world of metal 3D printing and the same passion for innovation.