Advanced 3D Printing Hub
The Advanced 3D Printing Hub will provide specialized 3D printing systems, professional design and engineering services, and training to meet industry needs across multiple manufacturing sectors, including advanced composites, metals, foods and bio-manufacturing.
The goal of the Advanced 3D Printing Hub is to increase the knowledge base and prototyping capabilities of students, faculty and industry partners to help industry commercialize innovative new additive manufacturing products. Additionally, the Hub will be a centre for research and development in new methods of additive manufacturing including combined metal and composite materials.
Contact: Kim Dotto
- BCIT’s Centre for Applied Research and Innovation (CARI) is seeking a temporary, full-time (1.0 FTE) Project Leader for the Advanced 3D Printing Hub. The position’s primary responsibilities are to enable research and innovation partnerships with industry, entrepreneurs, government and non-profits on behalf of BCIT, and to promote, manage and implement technology education and commercialization activities for additive manufacturing and prototype development.
- BCIT’s Applied Research Dean’s Office is currently seeking a temporary, full-time (1.0 FTE) Research Analyst specializing in prototype development and testing. This technical position is responsible for supporting and conducting applied research project(s) and related duties with a focus on mechanical design, additive manufacturing (3D printing in metal composites and plastics), material properties and fabrication techniques for prototyping.