BackMohawk College – Additive Manufacturing Resource Centre
c/o Tony Thoma, Dean, Faculty of Engineering Technology
135 Fennell Ave W
Phone: (905) 575-2417
Assets And Services
Additive Manufacturing Resources Centre (AMRC) offers designers and manufacturers an environment to use laser sintering equipment utilizing metal powders. This technology involves using a high powered laser to fuse 30 micron layers of powdered metal al directed by input from a digital design. Mohawk’s $1.8 million Additive Manufacturing Resource Centre in Hamilton, Ontario will serve as a test lab for advanced manufacturing companies and a one-of-a-kind living lab for students from Mohawk’s Faculty of Engineering Technology.
Additive Manufacturing and 3D Scanning
Testing the feasibility of producing existing products with existing designs using additive manufacturing technology in place of conventional processes
Developing and testing new materials to manufacture products using additive manufacturing
Prototyping and design
Optimizing existing product designs to improve functionality and quality while reducing costs using additive manufacturing.
Other product development, design or innovation support services, assets or capabilities not listed above
Rapid prototyping, Reverse engineering, Computer aided design // iDeaWorks. Prototype testing and development, access to new technology, facilities and equipment, faculty expertise and student participation, software development, optimization and integration, access to funding sources.