Technology Access Centre

The Camosun Technology Access Centre (CTAC) is an applied research and innovation centre that provides dedicated access to specialized technology, equipment and expertise to local and regional companies.

Camosun Technology Access Centre

Camosun Technology Access Centre (CTAC) works with companies to enhance their productivity and innovation, without competing with local small and medium-sized enterprises.

Using rapid prototype systems like 3D printers to build custom prosthetics and water-jet cutters that can slice a precision cut through thick stainless steel, we help clients develop, test and refine products without prohibitive overhead costs.

    Babcock Canada Interaction Lab

    Turning ideas into reality

    Camosun Innovates uses cutting-edge technology such as 3D printers, robotic systems and 3D scanners to allow faculty and students from different disciplines to turn their ideas into reality.

    What we do

    There are 60 Technology Access Centres across Canada, providing services in various fields. CTAC is one of three centres in BC.

    CTAC offers a range of services in advanced manufacturing, technology adoption and human performance including:

    • 3D Scanning and Prototyping
    • Productivity Enhancement
    • Composite Tools/Parts Manufacturing
    • Technology and Human Performance
    • Training Content Development

    Contact information

    Camosun Innovates

    Monday to Friday 8:30am to 4:30pm

    Campus location

    Camosun College Interurban
    Jack White Building, JW 102

    Location link

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