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Canada Makes is pleased to welcome Expanse Microtechnologies Inc. as its newest member. Expanse Microtechnologies’ analysis capabilities using X-ray computed tomography (CT) brings highly specialized experience to Canada’s additive manufacturing (AM) supply chain. They focus on helping clients overcome challenges in the development of advanced materials and additive manufacturing processes.
“Helping to bring the type of expertise offered by Expanse Microtechnologies to Canada’s supply chain is exactly what the Canada Makes network is about,” said Frank Defalco, Manager Canada Makes. “I look forward to seeing their presentation ‘Pushing Limits in Design for AM through Smart use of uCT’ at our upcoming workshop at McGill.”
“We’re thrilled to join the Canada Makes network. It’s a great fit as we share a common goal to be an enabler and accelerator of additive technology in Canada” says Craig Metcalfe, Vice President of Expanse Microtechnologies.
About Expanse Microtechnologies Inc.
Expanse Microtechnologies Inc. provides unparalleled analyses of X-ray CT data focused on improving the understanding of additive manufacturing processes and advanced materials. Expanse is headquartered in Toronto, ON, with a presence in Waterloo, ON and Victoria, BC. Their staff have more than 40 years experience in the acquisition and analysis of X-ray CT data and development of advanced materials & their processing methods. Their research and industry expertise is devoted to providing customers with the critical insight needed to guide their product, materials, and process developments.