[Lab] Local resources

Stephen Burke steve at envirolaser.com
Tue Sep 6 10:00:57 EDT 2016

Good morning!

Here are some additional local resources for 3D printing and/or laser 

ImagineSpace at Centrepointe library: They have two Epilog laser 
cutters, a ProJet 1500 commercial DLP type 3D printer, a MakerBot 5th 
Gen Replicator 3D printer and a David 3D SLS-1 3D scanner.  If you have 
an Ottawa library card and have taken their certification course (free), 
you get to use the equipment at no charge - you only have to pay for 
materials.  They also have A/V equipment & Adobe Suite software.

Algonquin College: They have a few 3D printers, normally used to print 
student projects but I've been told that anyone can use their services.

My Urban Workshop: Located on Bentley Ave, they have a Full Spectrum 
Laser laser cutter and a huge shop full of wood working tools.  Yes, 
there is a cost to using their equipment, but it seems very reasonable.

Envirolaser Ltd:  Although we concentrate on selling equipment (ROBO, 
Mark Forged, 3D Systems, Full Spectrum Laser, David 3D, Artec 3D, etc), 
we do run 3D prints on our equipment.  We have a Mark Forged Mark Two 
Enterprise (great for making strong, usable parts), a ROBO R1+Plus 
(essentially a Prusa i3), and a Spectrum 510 colour 3D printer.  We are 
expecting the arrival of a ProJet HD 3510 precision prototyper sometime 
within the next 6 weeks.

Stephen Burke
Account Executive
Envirolaser Ltd.

613-225-4726 Ottawa Local
613-619-1013 Mobile
800-565-9156 Toll Free

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