InnoTech Alberta operates metal and polymer 3D printing service. The process works by using design software such as a computer-aided design (CAD) program and the printer layers materials until it becomes a 3D object.
The benefit of this technology is that it allows us and our clients to experiment with different designs. We can create affordable prototypes and validate them so that we are certain they will be viable.
InnoTech Alberta’s Wire Arc Additive Manufacturing facility (WAAM) enables the 3D printing of large-scale builds (up to 1 metre) using metallic alloys and composite materials to test designs, create prototypes, and manufacture them efficiently.
This facility enables the design and production of components to rapidly and precisely create prototypes and get your product, instrument, or tool into the hands of end-users much more quickly.
For our polymer 3D printing service, InnoTech operates three table top printers, each with the ability to print polymer and polymer-composite materials with a build capacity of up to 300 mm2.
These units can handle custom manufacturing of a wide variety of designs. They also operate a shredder/filament extruder to enable the recycling of polymer materials into 3D printer consumables that can be reused.