BCIT to establish advanced 3D printing prototyping hub


British Columbia Institute of Technology’s Centre for Applied Research and Innovation will be establishing an advanced 3D printing prototyping hub, thanks to a $1.9M investment from the Government of Canada through PacifiCan. The Advanced Additive Manufacturing Technology Hub (AAMTECH) will provide student training opportunities and support industry needs across multiple manufacturing sectors in the province. The hub will offer access to specialized additive manufacturing systems, professional design, and engineering services in one centralized location. “Businesses, organizations, and BCIT researchers and students now have a truly state-of-the-art space to build innovation in the 3D-printing arena,” said BCIT President Dr Jeff Zabudsky.

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