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AP&C has 10+ years of experience working with major biomedical and aerospace OEMs. And is the only company able to supply the highest quality AM powder at competitive price points. 

Our mission is to enable the production of high quality parts made from Titanium and other high melting points alloys in additive manufacturing and powder metallurgy processes. We continuously invest in R&D to optimize the proprietary Advanced Plasma Atomization process to provide the best quality product for our customers. 

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Additive powders

AP&C's powders are highly spherical, low in porosity, and contain minimal satellites offering exceptional flow and packing density. It's our mission to provide a secure supply chain of high-quality powder and to participate in the advancements of our customers’ additive manufacturing journey to build competitive and innovative parts.

Powder Pioneer: Fréderic Larouche, Chief Technology Officer, AP&C

Market studies project exponential growth over the coming years for refractory metals in additive manufacturing, especially for use in high-performance aerospace and military applications, and the nuclear energy sector. 

Powder Pioneers: Amélie Lorenzi-Mercier and Jean-Simon Meunier, AP&C

“Everything about my job is innovative and that’s what keeps me motivated,” explained Amélie Lorenzi-Mercier. Two years out of university, she is at the forefront of the research and development of additive metal powders. Before she joined AP&C through an internship, the additive industry wasn’t on her radar. 

Powder Pioneer: Hafet Senoune

Interview with AP&C’s first and longest-serving employee

Without high-quality powders, delivering the potential that metal additive technology promises would not be possible. GE Additive’s powder business, AP&C based in Montreal, Canada, produces powders that are used in metal additive manufacturing process. 


Two independent production facilities located near Montréal, QC occupying 130,000 sq. ft with installed capacity of 1,000 tons per year.

3765 Rue la Vérendrye #110
Boisbriand, QC J7H 1R8, Canada

241 Rue Allée du Golf
Saint-Eustache, Québec
Canada,J7R 0L5


AP&C is a GE Additive company. As a young and dynamic company located in Montreal's northern shore, AP&C is a world leader in the supply of high purity metal powders. AP&C manufactures metal powder spherical for powder metallurgy applications, such as additive manufacturing (3D printing). The company primarily serves the biomedical and aeronautical industries.

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Powder Pioneer: Jean-François Archambault, senior laboratory expert, AP&C

The use of metal powders in additive manufacturing processes continues to grow rapidly and the powders used are tested to a high degree of quality, so that they are compliant with the requirements of the powder user.

Powder Pioneer: Rachel Riendeau, quality leader, AP&C

Metal powders used in additive manufacturing are not subjected to the same certifications as finished end-use additively manufacturing parts. So, other approaches must be taken to ensure that they are of a high quality.

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