Canadore College, located in the beautiful city of North Bay, has joined Canada Makes as an academic member.
The college is equipped with a Stratasys Connex500, an EOS M290, and a Stratasys Mojo along with excellent equipment such as a waterjet cutter, CNC machining capabilities, and a laser etching/cutting unit.
Canadore College offers strong education to students that ensures the Canadian economy is developing skills to prepare the workforce of tomorrow.
“We are proud to be part of this growing community. Our mandate at ICAMP (Innovation Centre for Advanced Manufacturing and Production) is to promote and enable advanced technology within the Canadian manufacturing industry,” said Evan Butler-Jones, the Applied Research Lead at Canadore College. “Joining our colleagues in this community is important to our mission.”
“The colleges and universities of our country are key to the success of our labour force,” said Frank Defalco, Manager of Canada Makes. “Canadore is dedicated to offering top-level additive manufacturing training for Canadian industry to grow and compete globally; we wholeheartedly support this.”
About Canada Makes:
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. For more information on Canada Makes, please visit www.canadamakes.ca or contact Frank Defalco at firstname.lastname@example.org