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Nanogrande in the media

Nanogrande as Founding Member of Nanotechnology World Association

Posté le 19/11/2019

Nanotechnology World Association logoNanotechnology World Association logoThis new global nanotechnology association will bolster the necessary links between research and industries and facilitate the adoption and commercialization of nanotechnology in several vertical markets. [read on]

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NGen Collaboration Presentations from CMTS and EMC events are available

Posté le 29/10/2019

CMTS 2019CMTS 2019A few days ago, we attended NGen's collaborators conference.

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Canada Makes Year in Review - 2018

Posté le 10/01/2019

Year 2018 in reviewYear 2018 in review

When the leaders of Canada Makes asked :

''Any announcements from the past year that grabbed your attention?''

Here's what one of them said about us


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2018 Top Stories / Canada Makes

Posté le 07/01/2019

Top Stories of 2018 - Canada MakesTop Stories of 2018 - Canada MakesBeing part of Canadamakes Top Stories of 2018 is a great pleasure, along with:
(Left to right) Leading additive manufacturing experts at Canada Makes forum, the first ever winning team for the 3D Challenge (Lisa Brock and Yanli Zhu) and service provider Agile Manufacturing usage of Markforged 3D printers.


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Winners of Formnext Start-up Challenge 2018 revealed

Posté le 04/12/2018

Juan Schneider Nanogrande Formnext frankfurt voxel winnerJuan Schneider Nanogrande Formnext frankfurt voxel winner

Metal AM also covered our success at Formnext!


The winners of the Formnext Start-up Challenge 2018 have been revealed as 3DFortify, Aerosint, AMendate, Kumovis and Nanogrande. Now in its fourth year, the award honours companies founded within the last five years who demonstrate groundbreaking innovations in Additive Manufacturing.

The official awards ceremony will be held on the opening day of Formnext 2018, where the winners will also have the opportunity to present their technology in the Start-up Area for the duration of the show in Frankfurt, Germany, November 13–16, 2018. “The top-quality innovation demonstrated by the prize-winners underscores the great ability of Formnext to attract new start-ups from all around the world,” stated Sascha F Wenzler, Vice President for Formnext at event organiser Mesago Messe Frankfurt GmbH.

Together with other start-ups, the winners will also have the chance to present a short business pitch as part of Formnext’s new Pitchnext event. In addition to the opportunities they receive during Formnext 2018, the prize-winning companies will be offered a range of services designed to assist them in achieving further success in the development of their company, including business coaching provided by AM Ventures.


Nanogrande, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, has developed what is claimed to be the world’s first nano-scale Additive Manufacturing process. The system can assemble highly packed multi-layers of particles as thin as 1 nm using materials such as metals, oxides, waxes and polymers.

The patented technology creates layers using fibres, flakes and unconventional particles, and is also said to be able to combine different materials to form objects with few or no supporting structures. Its high print resolution reportedly enables the Additive Manufacturing of structures in the submicron range, using particles from 1 nm to 1 mm. A build area of up to 200 mm x 200 mm is possible depending on model.

Juan Schneider, Founder and CEO of Nanogrande, stated, “It is a great privilege to introduce our technology and our products to Europe at the international exhibition on the next generation of manufacturing, the Frankfurt Formnext. […] We are convinced that Formnext is only the beginning of our adventure with Europe.”

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La fabrication à l’échelle nanométrique de Nanogrande

Posté le 26/11/2018

Nanogrande at NanoJapanNanogrande at NanoJapanThis time, the French magazine A3DM  on our technology that won aprize at Formnext.


Nanogrande's nanoscale manufacturing.

The Canadian start-up Nanogrande presented the first nanoscale additive manufacturing system. The MPL-1 machine prints objects on very compact layers of particles, as thin as one nanometer, using a variety of materials such as metals or polymers. The high print resolution allows the fabrication of structures in the submicron range up to a maximum volume of 100 mm x 100 mm x 25 mm.


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(FR Only) Les actualités de la fabrication additive présentées au Formnext

Posté le 23/11/2018

Our PowerLayering technology have been noticed at Fornext. Here's a text from that refers to it.



The first nanoscale printer:
Based in Quebec City, Canada, Nanogrande has developed the first nanoscale additive manufacturing system. The printer is one of the big winners of the Formnext Start-up Challenge 2018 competition. Nanogrande is currently developing her first MPL-1 machine, which uses its Power Layering technology that assembles ultracompact layers of particles ranging from 100 microns to 1 nanometer. A laser then sinters the metal parts.


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Nanogrande brings ‘metal particle assembly’ to Additive Manufacturing market

Posté le 20/11/2018

Inside the Mpl-1 prototypeInside the Mpl-1 prototype

Another text about the presentation of the MPL-1 in Metal-AM.


Nanogrande, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, will officially launch its new Additive Manufacturing system at Fabtech, November 6-8, 2018, in Atlanta, Georgia, USA. According to the company, the new MPL-1 metal AM system uses a patented process which makes it possible to assemble metal particles of different sizes, shapes and types.

Juan Schneider, Nanogrande’s president and founder, stated, “It will be a great event for us and an extraordinary opportunity to meet the users of Additive Manufacturing equipment— our customers. This year, we have developed a new product, the MPL-1, which we will happily present to the visitors of Fabtech 2018.”

In addition to meeting visitors during the event, Schneider will take part in a technical conference in which he will elaborate on the technology developed by Nanogrande for the MPL-1. “Current 3D printing technologies are limited in their ability to layer particles smaller than 20 µm,” he explained. “We are the first to achieve uniform layering and controlled packing density of metal particles below five microns.”

Nanogrande was the first company to introduce a nanoscale AM machine, capable of assembling particle layers as thin as 1 nm using metals, oxides, waxes and polymers. The technology is said to have applications in a number of fields, including photonics, life sciences, micro fluidics, micro rapid prototyping, mechanical microstructures, micro-optics and maskless lithography.

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From undersized to oversized

Posté le 15/11/2018

Small 3D printed metal gearsSmall 3D printed metal gearsDon Nelson of The Fabricator presents our Power Layering in this article.


The production of big and small parts intrigues me. The reason is because making an unconventionally sized part requires an extra dose of manufacturing know-how.

Extra thought must be given to handling oversized parts, for example, to prevent them from toppling and injuring operators. And large−often asymmetrical−workpieces can be difficult or impossible to mount on machines.

Smaller parts also pose workholding challenges. Typically they are too small to incorporate surfaces suitable for securing them to a machine. An additional concern is gripping force. Even the smallest amount of overgripping torque can damage a tiny workpiece.

My interest in oversized and undersized stuff extends to 3D-printed parts.

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Nanogrande Introduced First 3D Printer for Nanometer Metallic Particles

Posté le 14/11/2018

MPL-1 at Fabtech 2018MPL-1 at Fabtech 2018Launch of MPL-1 at Fabtech read it on


Nanogrande Introduced First 3D Printer for Nanometer Metallic Particles At FABTECH 2018 in Atlanta this week, Nanogrande officially introduced its new 3D printer. The MPL-1, enabled with the company’s Power Layering Technology, is actually the first nanoscale 3D printer for metallic particles in the world, and could successfully open up new 3D printing horizons. Nanogrande has spent years working to develop the new 3D printer.

“Power Layering, while maximizing particle compaction, allows MPL-1 to use particles of all shapes, sizes and types. With this approach, we can easily print with particles as small as a nanometer, but also particles of 5 microns, what the industrial sector is currently seeking. At this size, the particles stick to each other, virtually eliminating the need for support structures typical to 3D printing. In this way, there is a considerable reduction in post- printing costs,” said Juan Schneider, the President and Founder of Nanogrande.

“Today we are witnessing the culmination of a long process of research and development that has given us the chance to set up a team that generates many innovative ideas. Alone, it is possible to have excellent ideas; but, as a team, we can bring these ideas to life. I am very pleased to highlight the success of the efforts of the people who work for Nanogrande.”


Credits to : This snippet of the article written by Sarah Saunders was extracted from

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