Canada Makes announces new partnership with Javelin Technologies

Article by Lauren Murdoch updated May 29, 2015


Canada Makes, Canada’s leading additive manufacturing organization and network, announced their new partnership with Javelin yesterday! We are extremely excited to be collaborating with them in promoting the adoption and development of advanced and additive manufacturing in Canada. Read below for the full release and to learn more about this amazing organization.

‘May 28, 2015 – Canadian Manufacturers & Exporters’ (CME) Canada Makes is proud to announce its new partnership with Canadian 3D design company, Javelin Technologies.

In operation since 1997, Javelin helps thousands of companies find solutions for mechanical design, electrical design, PLM, and rapid prototyping. Javelin is a leader in Canadian additive manufacturing field, with six offices spread throughout Nova Scotia, Ontario, Manitoba, Alberta, and British Columbia.

“We are pleased to welcome Javelin into the Canada Makes network,” said Martin Lavoie, CME’s director of policy for manufacturing innovation and competitiveness. “Their expertise in 3D design, 3D printing, and additive manufacturing solutions will no doubt help propel Canada’s additive manufacturing sector into the future.”

Javelin is also proud of its “Go Green” efforts, offering many different training sessions and consulting services via travel-reducing web technology that help minimize the environmental impact of human activity and is more environmentally responsible.

To learn more about Javelin Technologies, visit

Canada Makes is Canada’s leading additive manufacturing organization and network whose broad range of members include knowledgeable business professionals, academic institutions, and leaders of industry. For more information on Canada Makes partnerships, visit’

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