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New Agile Manufacturing facility features 29 AM production systems

4.2 billion cubic inches of yearly production capacity

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Agile Manufacturing, the largest 3D printing service bureau in Canada, for polymers and metals, inaugurated a new production facility in Beaverton Ontario, with 29 in-house production printers from 3D Systems (and Markforged).

The available machines range from Stereolithography (SLA) to Laser Sintering (SLS), Figure 4 No Contact DLP, NextDent 5100 Dental Printers, MultiJet Printing (MJP), ColorJet Printing (CJP), Direct Metal Printing (DMP), Metal X, Markforged Carbon Fiber Filaments (CFF) and Filament Deposition and Carbon 3D CLIP technology.

With over 200,000 hours of annual Additive Manufacturing capacity (or 4.2 billion cubic inches per year) Agile is positioned to meet most production and prototyping requirements. The company also sells new and used professional and production 3D printers across all technologies, stocking all materials in-house for immediate delivery.

New Agile Manufacturing AM facility in Ontario features 29 production systems and 4.2 billion cubic inches of yearly production capacity

Agile Distributes 3D Systems’ full line of 3D Printers including SLA, SLS, MJP, Figure 4, NextDent 5100, DMP and the full line of Metal and Composite 3D Printers from Markforged. Agile has been operating in the Greater Toronto Area for 16 years and now also has a brand new facility in Pella Iowa serving customers across Canada and the USA, with select customers on 6 continents.

Agile Manufacturing’s team of 26 additive manufacturing experts is led by Richard Smeenk a 3D printing veteran since 1996. Agile recently attained ISO 9001:2015 certification and Canadian Controlled Goods designation.

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