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Top Canada Makes stories for 2018

2018 proved to be an important year in the development of Canada’s additive manufacturing industry. See below for a recap of the top news stories reported by Canada Makes.

Nanogrande officially launches the MPL-1 a nanoscale metal powder 3D printer

CME Canada Makes delegation tours Formnext

Leading AM experts showcased at Canada Makes Forum

Burloak Technologies Announces Commercial Development Capacity on Industry’s Largest Additive Manufacturing System

Agile announces the addition of Markforged Metal X 3D Printer

Additive Manufacturing Alberta Workshop

Tekna receives $21.1 million investment from the Governments of Canada and Quebec

Wohlers Associates deliver first ever DfAM session in Canada

Ottawa Symphony Orchestra and Canada Makes Announce the Winner of the National 3D Printed Musical Instrument Challenge

Canada Makes Announces first ever winning team for the 3D Challenge

FusiA Impression 3D Métal & Groupe Meloche join forces to carry out additive manufacturing projects in the aerospace sector

AMM announces partnership with Dimanex, a global enterprise for distributed 3D manufacturing

Burloak announces $104 million investment in a new Additive Manufacturing Technology Centre

Custom Prototypes repeats as winner at AMUG with metal Roman helmet

The future of manufacturing for the energy sector is being redefined

We have asked a number of Canadian experts in Additive Manufacturing to provide us with their views on the year by answering some questions. Additive Manufacturing – Year in review – 2018