The downtown office space has been recently renovated and houses our local technical sales and customer support staff. With a state of the art training room you can take a SOLIDWORKS or 3D printing class; and with our in-house 3D Printing Lab you can experience a 3D printer.
Vancouver, British Columbia
V6B 5E4, Canada
(877) 219-6757 (Toll Free)
3D Print Lab
Why visit our Vancouver British Columbia office
See a professional 3D Printer in action
The possibilities of 3D Printing for your product development and manufacturing are endless. Everything from concept models to creating end-use parts.
We invite you to visit our Vancouver office 3D print lab to experience 3D printing, review our vast selection of sample parts; and speak to a 3D printing expert.
Take a look around our Vancouver office:
Upcoming Training Courses
Take a SOLIDWORKS or 3D printing course in our Vancouver office
Attend a Javelin technology event in British Columbia
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