Ryerson launches Advanced Manufacturing, Design, and 3D Printing Lab

October 6, 2014

Ryerson University has officially launched its new Advanced Manufacturing, Design, and 3D Printing Lab. In a news release, Ryerson describes the lab as “one of Canada’s most technologically advanced 3D printing research facilities.” It includes what is reportedly the only EOS P395 3D printer at a Canadian university, one of just 3 in the country. The lab was launched in partnership with photographer Edward Burtynsky, co-founder of Think2Thing, and Bionik Laboratories. Wendy Cukier, VP Research and Innovation at Ryerson, said, “the lab leverages our research expertise with the design and additive manufacturing excellence of Think2Thing and Bionik’s groundbreaking work in the development and commercialization of control systems to drive robotic medical devices with companies across sectors.” Ryerson News Release