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Karen Majerly

Karen Majerly is a communications specialist who helps remarkable people tell rich stories. She has been working with the TriMech Group of companies since 2013.

Javelin opens first-of-its-kind 3D design and 3D printing centre in downtown Vancouver

Vancouver Office Ribbon Cutting

It was a scene from one of those home renovation TV shows, when the contractors talk into the camera with feigned confidence, aware of the daunting deadline, hoping they’ll be done on time. It’s the wee hours of the morning on the day of the…

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Monumental Canadian iceberg sculpture designed in SOLIDWORKS

Canadian iceberg sculpture at the Museum of Nature

It’s an awe-inspiring and irregular shape, towering sharply over the tundra landscape, reaching up into the sunlight. It’s an iceberg, but its home is not the Arctic; it lives at the Canadian Museum of Nature in Ottawa, Ontario. Made of stainless steel, and perhaps the…

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Spartan CAD “attacks” 3D with the power of SOLIDWORKS and a partnership with Javelin

Spartan Team

In the spring of 2012, engineer and entrepreneur David Janelle saw the future. Working on his own, with a couple of contracted engineers, David invested in three licenses of SOLIDWORKS. It was an ambitious move – he didn’t even have enough 3D design work to…

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Heart models 3D printed in Canada help surgeons treat pediatric heart defects

Training Heart Model

Javelin customer 3D HOPE Medical is world leader 3D printed replicas of precious child-sized hearts, placed in the skilled hands of the top pediatric cardiac surgeons in the world – this is the vital work of Dr. Shi-Joon Yoo of 3D HOPE Medical. Dr. Yoo…

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3D Printing Essentials one-day course for SOLIDWORKS users now available

3D Printing Training Session

Javelin now offers a 3D Printing Essentials Course to help SOLIDWORKS and other CAD software users choose the right 3D printing technology and learn how to use it.

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Ultra Electronics engineers work confidently with training and support from Javelin

Ultra Electronics Team Featured

Ultra Electronics Maritime Systems has earned an international reputation for developing and manufacturing undersea surveillance systems for ships and submarines, and “Through The Earth” (TTE) communications and signalling for government and private sector customers. For years, SOLIDWORKS® 3D design tools have helped Maritime Systems maintain…

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Why Javelin Technologies is sponsoring a Canadian athlete (and why you can, too)

Liz Gleadle at the Javelin Office

Keep your feet on the ground and your eyes on the stars. It’s the motto and message (and even tattoo) of an Olympian – Liz Gleadle, Canada’s top female javelin athlete. (You’ll forgive us for thinking it sounds a lot like Javelin’s “Aim High” tagline.)…

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Canadian Olympian Javelin thrower Liz Gleadle to visit the GTA

Liz Gleadle

Liz Gleadle will meet her new corporate sponsor Javelin Technologies (and see if its design engineers can handle her typical workout!) What:  Javelin Technologies is launching its support of Canadian athlete Liz Gleadle as she trains to be a repeat Olympian. Gleadle will visit Javelin’s head…

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SOLIDWORKS® gives HUDSON Boat Works competitive edge in the shop and on water

Javelin Technologies customer HUDSON Boat Works continues to impress with its commitment to creative 3D design and its winning ways on a world stage. HUDSON, based in London, Ontario, is a manufacturer of Olympic class rowing shells and a leader in developing racing hull shapes, carbon…

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Javelin now offers SOLIDWORKS PCB (formerly PCBWorks) for Printed Circuit Board Design

Javelin Technologies, known across Canada for working alongside designers to help turn their concepts into reality, has partnered with Altium to offer a new PCB (printed circuit board) design tool. PCBWorks was created specifically for collaboration using SOLIDWORKS® computer-aided design (CAD) software and includes a number…

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Carrotwerx Creative Lights Up Architectural 3D Printing in B.C.

Architectural Model

On Canada’s west coast, in Vancouver, British Columbia, a small but mighty Stratasys 3D printer is vigorously churning out finely detailed representations of a proposed condo project, a new car dealership, or a silver deposit in Mexico.

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Canadian Company Oceanic 3D Print Replacement Parts for Harsh Marine Environments

Marine Propeller

Working in an often harsh marine environment presents a challenge, but having a 3D printer in-house allows Oceanic to efficiently print replacement parts and modify them as required.

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Javelin Shines Spotlight on Oil & Gas Service Company Standing Strong in the Storm

Packers Plus Oil & Gas

In the midst of falling crude oil prices, major players in the North American energy sector are slowing or shutting down operations, contributing to 17,000 lost jobs in Canada’s natural resources sector in February, bringing losses in January and February to 26,000, mostly in British…

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Winning Canadian product development relies on dedication to data management

Collaboration at Inertia Engineering + Design

When Ray Minato started Inertia Engineering + Design 11 years ago, he wanted to focus on speed, efficiency, and customer service. He had the desire and drive, but he needed the right tools for the task. One indispensible tool in Ray’s 3D design toolkit is…

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Canadian 3D printed molds and casting tools success

Since 1965, Prothane Inc. has built its business on one amazing material with unique and desirable properties – polyurethane. Today, the company is also building its business because of the materials used in 3D printing technology allowing them to create Canadian 3D printed molds and…

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