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We’ve Moved!

Evolv3D is very excited to announce, that as of March 23, 2020, we have moved to: 64 Hatt Street Unit G07 Dundas, Ontario, L9H 7T6 (Parking access at the corner of McMurray and Hatt Street). We have also joined forces with our partner Canadian Additive Manufacturing Solutions With this new partnership, we will be able […]
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What Would Mars-Perfect People Look Like? 3D Printing Shows Us

With the idea of humans living on Mars coming closer to being a reality, much of the talk centers around how such a civilization would survive. It is one thing to visit a planet and another to live there. Additive manufacturing has been a focal point of the talk around humans living on Mars, for […]

Top 5 3D Printing Innovations of 2018

The past year saw impressive gains for additive manufacturing in several industries. It is now common to have airplanes with 3D printed parts, while militaries are focused on using additive manufacturing to replace parts on their tanks, helicopters and other machinery. Healthcare is another area where 3D printing shone in 2018. From 3D printed prosthetics […]

Going Green – Bamboo May Be the 3D Printing Material We Need

Researchers have discovered that bamboo may be a very promising material for using within 3D printing processes. A sustainable material that is also biodegradable, bamboo has many qualities that would make it a useful material for various additive manufacturing projects. What is 3D Printing? Also known as additive manufacturing, 3D printing is a process that […]

3D Printing Bone Implants for Veterans

The University of Arizona is engaging in a five-year project that will involve 3D printing bone implants for American veterans. Subject of a $2 million grant from the United States Department of Defense, the study is designed to heal fractures through the use of 3D printed scaffolds and adult stem cells. Leading the project is […]