The Innovation Centre for Advanced Manufacturing and Prototyping (ICAMP) from Canadore College in North Bay Ontario is an innovation center that helps their clients design, develop, prototype, and manufacture products to get them to market.
ICAMP, located in North Bay, has 13,300 square feet of industrial laboratory and design space. Clients can access the space, machinery, and expertise for research and training, demonstrations and testing, and prototype manufacturing.
Watch the short video below to hear more about how ICAMP ‘s team are working on hundreds of projects, helping close to 300 businesses with the help of production 3D printers.
Production 3D Printers
ICAMP purchased two industrial 3D printers -the Stratasys F900 and the Stratasys 450mc. These two printers are the ultimate manufacturing-grade production 3D printers, providing the widest array of engineering-grade materials, maximum throughput, large build platform, highest accuracy. They are built for reliability, repeatability, and durability for demanding manufacturing production.
“We needed to invest in FDM technology on a larger scale, not only to be able to print more, but also because clients need stronger parts for jigs and fixtures. Clients in mining, aviation, consumer products, and the arts community are all interested in using the F900.”
The F900 3D printer has one of the largest build area (36 x 24 x 36 in.) allowing for one large part of many small parts. It also offers 15 production-grade materials so your parts can meet high heat, caustic chemicals, sterilization, and high impact application requirements.
The F450 printer also has a large build envelope (16 x 14 x 16 in) and 13 production-grade materials including FDM Nylon12CF, Antero 800NA, ULTEM 9085, and PC-ABS. The material capabilities are perfect for real manufacturing applications such as tooling.
Below are some of the sample parts printed on our large FDM production 3D printers:
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