Mosaic was founded in June of 2014 out of Kingston, a small city in Ontario, Canada through the Queen’s Innovation Connector. Our founders spent the first year of Mosaic focused on bringing our first product, The Palette, to a production ready state. After many long hours, jammed printers and prototype iterations we had a version that worked reliably – so we launched a Kickstarter project.
Kickstarter surpassed every one of our expectations – we went on and secured 300% of our goal. We received an amazing amount of support for a project we created from white-board concepts, through thousands of failures, to (finally) a product that worked. After Kickstarter we started to scale our team, we moved out of our Montréal office (Huge thanks to FounderFuel and Notman House for being so accommodating) and into a new space in Toronto.
Recently, Mosaic Manufacturing launched its Array Product Ecosystem, for the first time enabling scalable output from FFF 3D printers. The infrastructure of today means that cost scales linearly with output. If a part costs $5 to make at a volume of 10, it costs $5 to make at a volume of 10,000. This is due to the fact that 3D printing systems were never designed to scale – a fact that the team at Mosaic has been working to change.
Mosaic’s Array Product Ecosystem includes Array, Array Production, Element, Element HT, Palette 3, Palette 3 Pro, Canvas, and Mosaic’s 3D Printing Material line.
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