Tempus 3D expands its Additive Manufacturing service offering with Selkirk Technology Access Centre (STAC) collaboration agreement.
Tempus 3D, a Canadian additive manufacturing company based in Southern BC, and the Selkirk Technology Access Centre (STAC), are pleased to announce their recently signed collaboration agreement. This agreement will expand the current Tempus 3D service offering by making a number of additional printing technologies and materials available to its customers. This is an exciting step for both companies and represents the natural evolution in the execution of their mandate to establish and grow an additive manufacturing industry in the Kootenays.
Tempus 3D is an Additive Manufacturing Service Bureau focused on using the industry’s most advanced 3D printing technology to bring the unique benefits of 3D printing to the Canadian market to help companies meet their product development and manufacturing goals. Tempus brings value to its customers by employing best-in-class production technology along with industry-leading repeatability and production volume capabilities.
“We are excited to be partnering with the Selkirk Technology Access Centre. The technology and deep industry experience at STAC will expand our ability to meet our customers’ unique needs, and bring us a competitive advantage in Canada’s Additive Manufacturing market” says Robert Bleier, CEO of Tempus 3D. “Our unique production capabilities combined with STAC’s design and prototyping capabilities are perfectly matched”.
STAC, one of only three federally funded technology access centres in British Columbia, is focused on advanced manufacturing research and services including offering a Digital Fabrication and Design program through Selkirk College. STAC offers a suite of services designed to build competitiveness for research and development companies in British Columbia’s interior region. Their mission is to enable the development and commercialization of products and services and optimization of business processes resulting in decreased costs, increased efficiencies, and enhanced productivity for industry clients. Their capabilities include 3D printing, 3D scanning, rapid prototyping, materials research and development, and design services.
“The unique partnership we have established with Tempus 3D dramatically expands the opportunities and capabilities of STAC.” says Jason Taylor, Chair of the Selkirk Technology Access Centre. “We are now able to produce thousands of parts with incredible accuracy, durability and strength in days rather than weeks or months.”
Tempus 3D is a company to watch as it continues to expand and diversify it’s product and service offering to bring the exciting benefits of advanced manufacturing technologies to businesses in Canada and beyond.