If you’ve ever read an engineering magazine or have gone to an engineering exhibition venue, chances are 3D additive printing has been displayed or mentioned in some form. In fact, in recent news, NASA’s new 3D-printed rocket pump has just passed some extensive stress analysis testing. Many would even consider this evolving innovation as the next big step in the industrial world, landing on par with the invention of the printing press. But what is 3D printing? Where could one see it on display in the modern world? Where could one actually see products being printed, tested and sold in today’s market? That’s where we come in...
ASME Ontario Section is proud to present a “3D Printing Plant Tour at Proto3000”! During a plant tour, we will go behind the scenes of an internationally-known 3D printing facility located in Vaughan, Ontario known as Proto3000. There we will have a firsthand viewing of how additive manufacturing is changing the world, cutting production costs and producing tools with processes more efficient than ever before. Along with the tour, guests will also receive an introductory presentation on additive manufacturing; concept modeling, production development/functional testing and where low volume production seems adequate.
So feel free to join us and invite family and friends as well for this amazing experience!
Proto3000 3D Engineering Solutions is a manufacturing company invested in the research, development, and production of 3D additive printing solutions. Their international business market operates under four market segments (i.e. product development, manufacturing, engineering, and dentistry) with a portfolio that includes (but is not limited to): 3D printing, reverse engineering, rapid prototyping, 3D scanning, etc.
For more information please visit http://proto3000.com/
See you at the tour
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