Active in the 3D Printing for close to 20 years and SME Certified Master in Rapid Technologies & Additive Manufacturing, I am constantly monitoring the evolution of this rapidly changing industry to keep abreast of technological and business opportunities to service our customers.
Since 1998, Axis Prototypes has been serving the North American design community with high quality 3D Printed prototypes and small volume production parts. Each year we deliver close to 2000 projects to companies is in a broad range of industries, from a simple 3D printed validation model all the way to a fully assembled, high quality finished models for the trade show floor.
Through Genistar, distribution in North America of the Prodways line of products is assured.
Prodways produces the L-Series MovingLight UV-LED DLP based technology to serve the 3D Printing users in industrial, dental, jewelery and medical applications.
In addition, Prodways started shipping the P1000 Laser Sintering machine, an entry-level priced SLS system designed to provide high quality printing at an affordable price. The P1000 complements the portfolio of P2000 and P4500 Plastic Laser Sintering machines that offer a range of performance to meet the challenges of industrial and medical 3D SLS requirements.
Experienced Chief Executive Officer and Professional Engineer with a demonstrated expertise in the Additive Manufacturing, Aerospace, Medical and Industrial/Energy sectors. Focused leader in innovative med tech solutions, advanced manufacturing and testing services industry in both For-Profit and Non-Profit start-up organizations. Strength in servicing clients with Engineering and Innovation requirements under medical ISO 13485 and aerospace AS9100 quality production environments.
Experienced Manufacturing Manager with a demonstrated history of working in the aerospace and additive manufacturing industry. Skilled in Analytical Skills, Computer-Aided Design (CAD), CAM, Quality Management (AS9100 and ISO13485), and Proposal Writing. Strong sales professional graduated from University of Warwick - Warwick Business School.
J’ai complété en 2002 un baccalauréat de l’École Polytechnique de Montréal en génie mécanique, avec orientation de spécialité en fabrication. Mon expérience de près de 10 ans au sein des groupes de Développement des Procédés Manufacturiers et d’Applications Manufacturières chez Pratt & Whitney Canada, m’ont permis de travailler avec les différentes expertises du domaine manufacturier en innovation et nouvelles technologies.
Après avoir complété ma formation grâce à un microprogramme de 2e cycle en fondement du transfert technologique, j’ai œuvré à la promotion de nouvelles technologies de fabrication par leur intégration dans la chaîne de valeur liant la programmation NC, la génération du code machine, la simulation de l’usinage, les opérations de mise en course et l’inspection de la pièce usinée. J’ai aussi assuré aussi la charge du cours de baccalauréat portant sur la fabrication numérique à l’École de technologie supérieure pendant 3 ans.
Depuis mon arrivée chez Productique Québec, j’ai été chargé de plusieurs mandats dans la transformation numérique tant au niveau de la sensibilisation que dans la réalisation de plusieurs audits Industrie 4.0 et la rédaction des plans numériques associés.
J’occupe maintenant le poste de coordonnateur à la recherche et au développement chez Productique Québec. Mes principales responsabilités portent sur la définition, l’organisation et la validation des activités de la recherche ainsi que du maintien et le développement des relations avec les partenaires actuels et futurs du CCTT.
Additive Metal Manufacturing, Inc. (AMM), provides metal 3D printed parts. We are a Product Design Consulting, Rapid Prototyping, Additive Metal Production independent service bureau located in Toronto, Ontario.
AMM assists a broad spectrum of manufacturing sectors embrace this new Additive Manufacturing Technology and provides client education and support to cost effectively integrate the Additive Metal Technology into clients’ product designs.
Services provided by AMM include rapid prototyping and the manufacture of Additive Metal product solutions (3D Metal Printing) in our facility to achieve Product Performance, Costs, Quality and Delivery advantages throughout the entire value stream.
Currently, I am Director, Member Relations at NGen Canada and, for over fours, I lead in developing Canada Makes, Canada's premiere additive manufacturing network.
My goal is to help Canadian industry adopt advance manufacturing and take the next steps in manufacturing.
I am a communicator and facilitator sensitive to the needs of others who likes to get things done in a timely manner.
Knowing the past and understanding the now and the why is how one can implement positive change to help achieve an objective.
Developed over the last twenty years, technology, patents, and products contributing to the development of nano science and nanotechnology. Molecular coating processes and ultra-thin films, being, to date, the author of six patents granted covering 14 countries in Europe, Asia and North America. Work has received recognition by the industry with awards such as NASA Nano50 in 2004, Semicon West 2005 and Nano Japan in 2005 for its solutions to the micro and nano fabrication surfaces. Also received the Best Innovative Nano Coating Technology Award, Frost & Sullivan in 2006 and the National Research Council of Canada Award, Best Innovation Technologies in 2007 (first runner up). After two technology companies, has accumulated significant experience in business development, the creation and management of intellectual property (IP), project management and significant experience in the development of licenses, contracts with universities, centers of excellence and clients in different industrial sectors. Guest lecturer at the Law School of the University of Montreal between 2007 and 2010. Instructor at the University of Montreal since 2004 and taught at the Saidye Bronfman Centre between 1995 and 2007. Since 1996, was a consultant for technology companies. Between 2010 and 2013, was hired to set up and to manage the nano-mineralogy laboratory for Photonic Knowledge Inc., enterprise specialized in mineralogical analysis and core drilling analysis for mining exploration. In 2013, founded Nanogrande Inc., a company specializing in the development of related products and services with functional nano and micro structured surfaces as well as their analysis, characterization and manufacturing.
Specialties:Nano Technologies, 3D Printing, Physics, Thin Films, Management
STRATEGIC, INFLUENTIAL TECHNICAL LEADER
Over 25 years of global experience in automotive manufacturing, facilitating change and driving continuous improvement.
• Strong business acumen; ‘Go-To’ person in times of crisis.
• Highly analytical focused on end results.
• People leader with experience managing global multicultural team members.
• Drives operational performance improvement through measurement and action.
I lead the Laboratory for Powder Processing and Additive Manufacturing of Advanced Materials (P2[AM]2) located in the Mining and Materials Engineering Department, at McGill University, Montreal, Quebec, Canada.
My group conducts research to increase the performance and utilisation of components fabricated from powder materials.
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As the Manager of Community Relations, Nicole will be responsible for providing ongoing support for members, building programming, organizing, and hosting events and the overall growth of the organization. She says herself that she “works with people, for people” which best captures her passion for communication and community. Coming from a commerce and sustainability background, she is excited to bring engaging and exciting programs to the members of Canada Makes. From efficiency programs to ocean-tech to e-bike manufacturing, Nicole has a range of experience that aid her in building the Canada Makes community.