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3D printed robot effectively navigates challenging terrain

University of California San Diego engineers 3D print a walking robot by integrating soft and rigid materials in individual parts.

University of Waterloo to help Canadians tap the potential of AM

Additive manufacturing researchers to work with companies to develop 3D printed products, equipping them to either do their own production or outsource it.

UNB launches Marine Additive Manufacturing Centre of Excellence

The nearly $5-million research centre is a result of a partnership between University of New Brunswick, Custom Fabricators and Machinists (CFM) and colleges in New Brunswick and Nova Scotia.

AMRC develops hybrid 3D printing process

THREAD enables the integration of electrical, optical and structural component during the AM build process.

3D printing technology increases Land Rover BAR's performance

Additive manufacturing has been incorporated into daily use at Land Rover BAR with the help of the team's Technical Innovation Group.

High Performance Polymeric Material

Oxford Performance Materials OXFAB–Ni offers the same weight & strength as high performance aluminum alloys and effective shield against radiation. » Read More

Multi-material 3D printer

3D Systems ProJet MJP 5600 offers a max. build envelope capacity of 518 x 381 x 300 mm and uses 5 base materials with more than 100 composite combinations. » Read More


Location: Edmonton, AB
Event Date: June 6-8, 2017
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Location: Las Vegas, NV
Event Date: June 13-15, 2017
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DEX Moncton

Location: Moncton, NB
Event Date: June 21, 2017
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Additive Manufacturing Europe

Location: Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Event Date: June 27-29, 2017
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