Sheridan Centre receives $2M funding and industry support for 3D printing research

October 19, 2016

Sheridan College’s Centre for Advanced Manufacturing and Design Technologies has received a combined $2M investment from the federal government, Ontario government, and industry partners. The funding will reportedly go towards the Advanced Multi-material Additive Manufacturing: Product and Process Project, allowing for the introduction of new equipment and a wider range of material options. “This investment offers tremendous potential for new partnership opportunities with small and medium-sized businesses, as well as for new advances in the health care sector,” said Sheridan President Jeff Zabudsky. “It will also expand the variety of research and innovation opportunities where our students—the innovators of tomorrow—can make a difference.” Design Engineering | Sheridan