Additive Manufacturing Innovation Centre


The Additive Manufacturing Innovation Centre supports industry innovation using new manufacturing technologies by partnering on applied research and development projects. As an applied research lab, the Additive Manufacturing Innovation Centre and its team of expert staff, faculty and students, can provide a test bed for industry to develop new products and processes. The Additive Manufacturing Innovation Centre is a regional hub for expertise in DMLS technology (metal 3D printing).

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Equipment in the AMIC

Expertise and Equipment

Staff, researchers, and students working at the Additive Manufacturing Innovation Centre have extensive expertise in additive manufacturing, engineering technology and materials.

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Available Additive Manufacturing Equipment

EOSINT M 280 (External Website)
Direct Metal Laser Sintering with a build volume of 250 mm x 250 mm x 325 mm (9.85 x 9.85 x 12.8 in)

Current metal powder alloys used include titanium, aluminum and stainless steel.

EOS P 395
Selective Laser Sintering for plastic with a build volume of 340 mm x 340 mm x 600 mm (13.4 x 13.4 x 23,6 in)

Pre- and Post-Processing Options
The Additive Manufacturing Innovation Centre also has access to sophisticated pre- and post-processing technologies for design, structural topography, finite element analysis (FEA) and computation fluid dynamics (CFD). Finished part post-processing includes heat treatment and stress relieving, surface preparation and secondary machining.


Working in the AMIC

Projects and People

The Additive Manufacturing Innovation Centre helps locals SMEs and large enterprises build organizational capacity in additive manufacturing and 3D printing.

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Student working in the AMIC

Grant Opportunities

Mohawk College, in partnership with three other academic institutions, is part of the Southern Ontario Network for Advanced Manufacturing Innovation (SONAMI). This project is funded by Fed Dev. The network assists Southern Ontario manufacturers with their innovation and product development needs through applied research.

Funders, Supporters and Partners

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The Additive Manufacturing Innovation Centre hosts weekly tours and annual conferences for industry and academic researchers where expert staff answer questions regarding AM/3D, and highlight the benefits this technology provides to advance industry innovation.

Customized half or full-day training and workshops for your team or company are also available to explore the opportunities of the technology. ideaworks [at] (subject: AMRC%20Workshop%2FTraining) (Contact the Additive Manufacturing Innovation Centre) for more information or to request a tour.