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8 3D Printing Technologies
30+ Plastics, Resins & Metals
3-5 Days Average Lead Time

Edmonton 3D Printing & Manufacturing

Forge Labs is Western Canada's largest 3D printing service bureau, serving Edmonton with a wide range of rapid prototyping and 3D Printing technologies in 35+ materials.  Whatever your design, our experienced team of industrial designers, engineers, and 3D modelers can help you go from CAD to finished part in a matter of days.


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Local Manufacturing

Manufacture in 6 Unique Additive Technologies across over 30+ resins, plastics and metals


Next Day Delivery  

We Express Ship Across Canada to Get You Your Parts Fast!

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Powder Bed Fusion

Up to 13" x 11" x 10"

Nylon Polymers ideal for end-use applications and production runs

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Up to 59" x 30" x 22"

Highly accurate and detailed parts with 3D Systems industrial SLA printing.


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PolyJet Matrix

Up to 20" x 15" x 8"

Multi-material 3D prints that combine up to 3 materials in a single build.

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Fused Deposition

Up to 36" x 24" x 36"

Industrial real world thermoplastics for end use parts, jigs, fixtures and prototypes.

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Up to 10" x 7" x 6"

Functional & complex metal geometries with the freedom of 3D printing

Instant Quotes

Upload your part files for Instant Price Feedback and quotes in 30 + resins, metals and thermoplastics.

Low to Mid Volume Production Parts 

Forge Labs offers the fastest turnaround in Canada using the industries most popular cutting-edge 3D printed materials.


Driving Canadian Innovation Through Iteration

“Making short run production parts can be very expensive when using complex CNC machining and fabrication - 3D printing has allowed us to produce complex parts and one-offs much more cheaply than traditional methods.”

International Submarine Engineering

“If we had to injection mold the prototypes, it would be 20k for just one drill - and that would be just to do it once. If you make a modification (which we do every day) then you have to redo everything. 3D printing saves an enormous amount of time and money."