Canada Makes is pleased to welcome Proto3000 as its newest Preferred SMART Vendor and member. Proto3000 offers leading additive manufacturing and 3D Scanning capabilities to businesses through their distribution of cutting edge services and equipment that increase the productivity and efficiency of their clients.
“It’s a pleasure working with Canada Makes, the relationship gives us another arm to help Canadian Manufacturers benefit from a range of our product solutions such as Stratasys 3D Printers and Creaform 3D Laser Scanners.” said Eyal Geiger, Director of Engineering at Proto3000.
“Canada Makes is proud to add leaders like Proto3000 to its network. We know very well that these types of relationships help grow our economy and keep Canadian manufacturers competitive,” said Martin Lavoie, Canadian Manufacturers & Exporters’ (CME) Director of Innovation.
Proto3000 is one of the largest providers of additive manufacturing and metrology solutions in Canada. They are instrumental in implementing these solutions in businesses to create a culture of innovation and advanced manufacturing. Proto3000 has worked with companies of all sizes, from startups in their conceptual stage to the Fortune 500. With the ability to 3D print in over 1000 different materials and material combinations and one of the largest 3D printing capacities available in Canada, Proto3000 can assist your business in streamlining product development and making manufacturing more efficient.
Proto3000 connects product development companies, manufacturers and individuals to the tools they need in order to achieve greater capability, scalability, and efficiency. They are a company rooted in providing solutions to help their customers streamline their processes. Through the development of their product and services they are committed to forwarding and supporting manufacturing in Canada. Visit www.proto3000.com
About Canada Makes
Canada Makes is a network of private, public, academic, and non-profit entities dedicated to promoting the adoption and development of advanced and additive manufacturing in Canada. The network covers a broad range of additive manufacturing technologies including 3D printing; reverse engineering 3D imaging; medical implants and replacement human tissue; metallic 3D printing; printable electronics; 3D printing with electronics embedded; the Internet of Things, and more.