MIDAS makes recent advances in manufacturing technology, which includes 3D Printing, accessible to West Kootenay companies, entrepreneurs and students.
This is #madeatMIDAS where we showcase the variety of incredible applications possible with products created here at the MIDAS fabrication lab.
MIDAS supports the expansion and development of local small and medium-sized companies’ strengths in collaborating, adopting technology, and creating new and marketable products while promoting skills training opportunities in digital fabrication and metallurgical technology for entrepreneurs, company personnel and students.
Weaver, Karen Grieves, was looking for a more efficient way to prepare her yarns for her textile projects. An avid do-it-yourselfer, Karen was intrigued with the possibilities that MIDAS presented in bringing an idea she’d been tossing around to reality. With the help of MIDAS Lab Director, Brad Pommen, she became familiar with new technologies and after much experimentation, Karen found success in her working prototype.
“The meeting was great. Love the interest in my product. I will be onto the next proto type soon”