On the Road to Printing Smart, Functional Objects

Mississauga, ON – Michelle Chrétien, Senior R&D Manager/Program Manager at Xerox Research Centre of Canada (XRCC), will present On the Road to Printing Smart, Functional Objects during this year’s Advanced Manufacturing Canada Exhibition and Conference in Toronto, Ontario on November 2 – 3, 2016.

Michelle will discuss XRCC’s new materials developments and share examples of integrated printed and hybrid devices produced at XRCC. 

“We are interested in inventing new materials for printing conventional objects with improved properties and moving across the divide to print functionality and structure together,” said Chrétien.

Advanced Manufacturing Canada (AMC) offers the Canadian manufacturing community a focused two-day conference and exhibition focused on fostering a national dialogue about how manufacturers can leverage Advanced Manufacturing to stimulate innovation, increase productivity, and compete in the global marketplace now and into the future.

AMC is bringing the brightest minds, the latest technologies, and the businesses that need them together to continue the conversations and provide the solutions focused on the topics and technologies – automation and robotics, automation economics, additive manufacturing, and workforce development – that will shape the future of manufacturing.

Learn more about or register for the conference.

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