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3D Printing Tutorial: How to Embed and Print Parts with VeroClear Material

VeroClear Material Medical Example

VeroClear is a transparent material that simulates PMMA (polymethyl methacrylate), commonly known as acrylic. Like PMMA, VeroClear material is used as an alternative to glass and is ideal for concept modeling and design verification of clear parts such as eye wear, light covers and medical devices. In this blog post we will explain the steps…

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Using SOLIDWORKS Solutions to Build a Hand Crank Flashlight: Part 1 – Mechanical Design

While working as an engineering intern in the electrical department at Javelin, I am putting my academic knowledge to the test by creating a fully functional hand crank flashlight. This will be an excellent addition to any emergency/zombie apocalypse survival kit. To add to the challenge, I am using salvaged electronic components and 3D printed…

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Stratasys F123 Series: Printer Operation Issues & Fixes

Stratasys F123 Series

Stratasys has identified a few minor issues with the new F123 Series 3D Printers. Many of the issues have been resolved at the manufacturing level, but machines released before these issues were fixed may require a Field Change Order (FCO). Read the information below to determine if you have been affected by these issues. If…

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Join Javelin at a Canadian Metal 3D Printing Open House

The Desktop Metal Studio System is the world’s first affordable, office-friendly metal 3D printing system. Safe and simple to use, the Studio System was designed to bring metal 3D printing to the shop floor by allowing engineering and design teams to make metal parts faster, without the need for special facilities or dedicated operators. Featuring a cloud-based…

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The Impact of 3D Printing on Canada’s Health Care Industry [VIDEO]

Spotlight on 3D Printing for Medical Applications On November 15th 2017, Cogeco TV visited Javelin Technologies’ Oakville headquarters for a tour of the 3D Printing lab. Accompanied by Cogeco TV‘s Kristin Demeny, John Brown of Javelin discussed the benefits of 3D printing and the major role it plays in Canada’s health care industry. Watch the…

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How 3D Printing Will Revolutionize Eyewear

When you walk into an eyewear store, chances are it took about 18 months for that eyewear company to develop every single one of those frames you see on the shelves. Now consider that eyewear manufacturers may release up to 150 new frame designs to market every week. Together, the top eyewear manufacturers across the globe…

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More Canadian manufacturers will have access to metal 3D printing, thanks to Javelin Technologies and Desktop Metal

Desktop Metal 3D Printers

Canadian manufacturers and engineers now have an affordable metal 3D printing solution to safely produce metal parts and prototypes right in their office or on the shop floor.

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Introducing Javelin’s 3D Printed Hydrofoil Project

Javelin took on the ambitious summer project of designing, simulating performances, and 3D printing a race spec windsurfing hydrofoil. The hydrofoil project idea stemmed from the recent America’s Cup yachting race where the hyper catamarans competing raced on hydrofoils. For those who don’t know what a hydrofoil looks like with respect to windsurfing/sailing check out…

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