Portfolio - Scientific, Industrial and Machinery

Scientific, Industrial and Machinery

Here are just some of the various projects we've worked on with scientific, machine, functional and industrial applications.

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Hydro Québec's Remotely Operated Underwater Vehicle (ROV)

Hydro Quebec 3D Printed ROV Part   Hydro Quebec 3D Printed ROV Part   Hydro Quebec 3D Printed ROV Part
Civil technicians of Hydro Québec's ROV (Remotely Operated Underwater Vehicle) inspection division came to us with a unique problem.
They needed to perform an urgent inspection, but a part of their ROV, shown below (right), was broken. 

Mars Rover for McGill University Robotics

McGill Robotics Mars Rover Project   McGill Robotics Mars Rover Project  McGill Robotics Mars Rover Project

We recently sponsored the  McGill Robotics team by 3D printing certain components of their Mars Rover - named Bhumi, to compete in the ERC 2016 in Poland.

They placed 3rd among 22 teams from all over the world! The European Rover Challenge (ERC) is a contest for Student Teams.

A Student Team has to design and build a Martian rover prototype and use that robot to compete in various Tasks at a designated location.

Robot for Cégep Gérald-Godin Student Project

Cegep Gerald Godin Student Project   Cegep Gerald Godin Student Project

A student studying microelectronics and robotics at Cégep Gérald-Godin in Sainte-Geneviève, Montreal, built this robot named "Analysis Prime".

This robot uses 3D printed parts built at our 3D print shop. 

The purpose of this robot is to measure signals at different points (connectors) of an electronic board platform (like the ones we find in TV, radio, etc.).

McGill University Mechanical Engineering Project

McGill Mechanical Engineering Project   McGill Mechanical Engineering Project   McGill Mechanical Engineering Project

We recently 3D printed these interesting cubes for some McGill University students in Montreal (Quebec) Canada.

The purpose of this design project was to study the effects of the cellular microstructure of wood on its strength along different axis.

McGill University Rocket Team Payload Project

McGill Rocket Team 3D Printed Payload   McGill Rocket Team 3D Printed Payload   McGill Rocket Team 3D Printed Payload

We 3D printed this payload for the McGill Rocket Team's new rocket for their upcoming competition. 

Their project is to design and build a 10 ft. rocket to reach an altitude of 10,000 ft. above ground level, carrying a scientific payload.

The payload is a solar powered glider that will be deployed from the rocket at apogee and start collecting data on its descent.