We are excited to share our experience of Rapid + TCT 2023, where we had the chance to see some incredible new technology in action. It was great to engage with our Canada Makes members and see their technology in action. Specific highlights include:
Rapidia’s new tungsten carbide technology, this development, in partnership with NGEN is accelerating Tungsten Carbide technology in additive manufacturing. Tungsten Carbide is an incredibly hard and durable material that has traditionally been difficult to use in 3D printing because of its high melting point and tendency to oxidize. Rapidia’s new technology enables manufacturers to create highly durable parts and prototypes faster and more efficiently. It was great to see the quality and precision of the parts created using this technology, and we can't wait to see how it will be used in the future. Find out more here: https://www.rapidia.com/materials
Another highlight of the event was seeing Pantheon's high-speed printer 3D printer in action, which is highly durable and has been designed to survive and print through the daily rigors of shop abuse. Everything from bumps to neglect, to being slammed into the side of a box truck. This is a game-changer for the industry, as it allows manufacturers to create larger and more complex parts without having to worry about disrupting the printing process. The printer's durability makes it a great investment for a variety of manufacturing businesses. Checkout our conversation with Pantheon here: https://www.linkedin.com/feed/update/urn:li:activity:7059608849300799490
We caught up with AON3D and learned about their new thermal simulation tool driven by machine learning. This new software tool is designed to automatically compensate and correct Gcode, resulting in the creation of stronger, more resilient 3D printed parts. If you’re company is interested, AON3D will be seeking beta customers this spring and summer. If you’re interested, learning more by clicking the link below or hit the “ask the experts” button above to get connected: https://www.aon3d.com/press/machine-learning-driven-thermal-optimization/?utm_campaign=RAPID%20TCT%202023&utm_content=246769671&utm_medium=social&utm_source=linkedin&hss_channel=lcp-10902156
Overall, we were impressed by the innovation and creativity on display at Rapid + TCT 2023. It's clear that additive manufacturing is becoming more accessible and practical for a wide range of industries, and we can't wait to see what the future holds. Canada Makes is proud to be a part of this exciting industry and we look forward to seeing more exciting technology in the years to come.
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