Canada's Leading Partner for Advanced Additive Manufacturing Solutions
Burloak Technologies has evolved from a virtual manufacturing company providing engineered solutions into Canada’s leading manufacturer of highly engineered additive components. Located in Dundas, Ontario operating out of a 10,000 sqft facility, we are working with our customers to move additive manufacturing from a prototyping technology to a production technology.
To do this properly and professionally, Burloak has invested in the technologies and equipment to position ourselves to produce parts from start to finish. To truly industrialize additive technology, we offer the engineering on the front end, the building of parts by providing the additive, subtractive and finishing technologies, and have the metrology capabilities to prove that what we’ve made meets specifications. Along with additional quality certifications, building automation is our next focus to completely eliminate the possibility of a bad part.
Why should I partner with Burloak?
- Multiple in-house metal and plastic additive manufacturing systems
- Extensive in-house design, engineering and machining services
- Continually investing in leading technology
- Continually researching new capabilities
- Continually researching new materials
- Proven manufacturing expertise
- Process oriented with attention to quality at every step
Founded in 1855, Samuel, Son & Co. is a family-owned and operated, integrated network of metal manufacturing, processing and distribution divisions. With over 4800 employees and 100+ facilities, Samuel provides seamless access to metals, industrial products and related value-added services. Supporting over 40,000 customers, we leverage our industry expertise, breadth of experience and the passion of our people to help drive success for North American business – one customer at a time. In 2017 Samuel announced an agreement to purchase Burloak Technologies - The acquisition will allow the two companies to provide the strongest independent supply chain solution in the North American market.