Additive manufacturing technology is exponentially growing in popularity in the consumer and small entrepreneur markets, and more recently, in the manufacturing industry, as new 3D printing approaches and 3D-printable polymers, with a wide range of physical properties, are developed to offer limitless possibilities in numerous commercial applications. 3D printers manufacture directly from a computer model, enabling the design and manufacturing of highly detailed, and precise novel shapes that surpass modern manufacturing ­limitations.

At the forefront of the additive manufacturing revolution, Objex Unlimited Inc. is a Canada-wide, full-service, 3D solutions provider and 3D product reseller based out of Toronto. They provide 3D printing, scanning, design and consultation services with their unparalleled expertise in 3D technologies, which includes 3D Inkjet Printing, 3D Printing, 3D Wax Printing, Fused Deposition Modelling (FDM) and Selective Laser Sintering (SLS) applications.


As authorized resellers of 3D Systems, Artec, MarkForged, LMI, Afinia, and Geomagic technologies, Objex Unlimited provides affordable, professional 3D printing solutions. Combining cutting edge technology, art and engineering, Objex unlimited has the most diverse 3D printing bureau in Canada to bring ideas and designs to life by creating working parts, beautiful full-colour models, and rapid prototypes for a wide range of clientele in education, automotive, architecture, and manufacturing.



Like other manufacturing sectors, research and experimental development in the field of additive manufacturing technology can be eligible for SR&ED tax credits provided that adequate contemporaneous documentation is generated as experimental development trials occur. As rapid prototyping becomes more widespread, it is recommended that all companies that utilize rapid prototyping look into recapturing their costs through government incentive programs, such as SR&ED tax credits.