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Iqaluit firm uses 3D printing for historical and high-tech products – Nunatsiaq News

by ahnationtalk on February 23, 202437 Views

Friday, Feb 23, 2024

Business owner eyes distribution of custom-made Inuit products across Canada and the world

Kirt Ejesiak can trace the origins of his Iqaluit-based business back to the days of the COVID-19 pandemic, when it was difficult to manufacture things locally due to public health restrictions.

“We couldn’t do anything so I thought, why not design and develop beautiful things with a help of a 3D printer?” said the president and CEO of Apex 3D, a full-service design, scanning and printing company.

A 3D printer produces three-dimensional objects by layering together thin, different-sized pieces of materials that can range from paper to plastics or composites.

Apex 3D is using the technology to produce items that range from industrial parts to archeological pieces that are of historical significance.

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