Additive Manufacturing Facilities

Additive Manufacturing Facility

Supporting the end-to-end additive manufacturing workflow


NAIT Main Campus
Edmonton, Alberta

Suitable for:

Rapid and cost-effective pre-prototype development for use in the medical device, aerospace, and advanced manufacturing industries

What this space offers

Additive manufacturing is a process where thin layers of material are built up layer-by-layer to create a three-dimensional object.

The additive manufacturing facilities provide the following:

  • metal (including but not limited to stainless-steel, aluminum and titanium) and plastic 3D printed parts
  • 3D scanning
  • computer-aided design
  • reverse engineering of existing parts
  • prototype development

Select equipment and features

  • Renishaw AM 250 +Pack Metal Additive Manufacturing System with Reduced Build Volume
  • Stratasys Polyjet Additive Manufacturing System Objet 30 Prime
  • Stratasys F370 Plastic 3D Printer
  • Artec Space Spider 3D scanner