McGill Additive Manufacturing Students Society

McGill Additive Manufacturing Students Society(MAMSS) , also known as the McGill 3D Printing Club) is your campus connection for 3D printing seminars, competitions, and projects. We strive to offer students the resources they need to bring their ideas to life.

Over the past year, in collaboration with the Department of Mechanical Engineering and EUS, weve been working on bringing a full-fledged 3D printing service to McGill students and researchers alike. Whether you need to 3D print, 3D scan or 3D model, we have the resources you need.

Users have access to a database of 3D printable files through this web platform, as well as a list of links to other databases. Our library contains exceptional designs from all corners of the globe, including work submitted by students and researchers here at McGill.

Increase student awareness of, and access to 3D printing technologies;

Offer students the opportunity to get hands-on learning opportunities using 3D printing technologies;

Promote inter-disciplinary collaboration through 3D printing projects and activities at McGill University.

The Club shall fulfill its mandate by:

Hosting seminars on the research and innovation being conducted at McGill and in industry;

Facilitating access to on- and off-campus 3D printing services and equipment;

Advocating to the University for greater funds for 3D printing equipment and activities

Hosting workshops on the 3D printing process, as well as interdisciplinary design competitions;

Serving as a forum through which students can communicate, collaborate, and learn.

Events organized by this group include, but are not limited to: research and industry seminars, workshops on the design and printing process, and a variety of design competitions.

While seminars raise the student awareness of the current technologies available and their applications, workshops andcompetitionsare opportunities to gain hands on experience and share knowledge with others.

Mechanical Engineering Representative

Chemical Engineering Representative

Materials Engineering Representative

Mechanical Engineering Representative

This group was given official club status by the Engineering Undergraduate Society on October 28, 2014, and is composed of students from various academic backgrounds and levels of expertise.