Displaying items by tag: 3d printing

Konica Minolta Australia is assisting the University of New South Wales Materials and Manufacturing Futures Institute (MMFI) address industry needs through the supply and support of 3D printing technology to assist with rapid prototyping and manufacture of end-use products.

Published in Strategy
Monday, 31 May 2021 08:51

Koeck to take over as Titomic CEO

Melbourne-based additive manufacturing specialist Titomic has appointed 3D printing expert Herbert Koeck to the role of chief executive officer, effective 1 July 2021.

Published in People Moves
Tuesday, 02 February 2021 13:04

3D Printing Has Disrupted Packaging - Here's How

By Ben Darling, Country Manager for ANZ, Stratasys:   It’s no surprise that 3D printing has forced several industries to change, and as the technology advances, its impact ripples outward into new areas. Much of the improvement exhibited by the 3D printing sector concerns the cost of obtaining and using a 3D printer, with $100 printers now empowering hobbyists at any level to become a “maker” themselves.

Published in Print Solutions
Monday, 09 December 2019 13:08

Amaero follows $8m capital raising with ASX debut

Australian 3D printing business, Amaero International, has listed on the ASX following a capital raising of $8 million.

Published in Listed Tech

HP's Jet Fusion 3D printer range now includes a model suitable for production work.

Published in Hardware

Swinburne University of Technology and its industry research partners have been awarded $1 million through the Global Innovation Linkages Program towards a $3.5 million project focused on Industry 4.0 manufacturing of high volume lightweight composites.

Published in Development
Wednesday, 10 April 2019 13:10

Air NZ 3D prints Boeing 777 part: video

Air New Zealand has successfully ordered and fitted a 3D printed part to one of its Boeing 777-300 airliners.

A University of Melbourne team has launched a new guide — 3D Printing Rights & Responsibilities outlining for consumers what they need to know before printing in 3D, including the potential risks in creating and sharing 3D printable files.

Published in Print Solutions

HP has released details at RAPID, the world’s largest 3D additive manufacturing conference, of what it claims is the first production-ready 3D printing system, scheduled for commercial delivery in late 2017.

Published in Print Solutions

Sydney-based manufacturer of PVC stabilisers, Chemson Pacific, is claiming a world-first invention – a 3D Vinyl PVC – which it has developed for the polymer-based 3D printing market.'

Published in Strategy

Konica Minolta Business Solutions has appointed 3D printing market specialist, Ben Darling, to the role of 3D Printing and Wide Format Sales Specialist for Australia’s southern region.

Published in People Moves

At the CeBIT 2016 exhibition, a small Australian start-up is outclassing many contenders in the 3D printing field – 3DBRINK.

Published in Print Solutions

Konica Minolta Business Solutions is expanding its 3D printing business in the Australian market with the addition of more staff and resources to meet what it says is growing demand for its products and services.

Published in Print Solutions

Top Aussie designer, Nixi Killick (who counts Lady Gaga among her clients) put on a stunning fashion show with all pieces designed with the help of HP’s 3D scanning computer system, HP Sprout.

Published in Home Tech

3D printing spending in the Asia Pacific region, including Australia, is predicted to grow by 23% annually from $1.5 billion now to $4.3 billion by 2019, although actual usage of 3D printers is lagging, according to a new report from IDC.

Published in Print Solutions

RoBo 3D, a Palo Alto producer of 3D printers for the consumer market and funded by Australian Tony Grist’s Albion 3D investments has secured demand of $5 million for its proposed capital raising in early 2016.

Published in Home Tech

This weekend Sydney is hosting a Mini Maker Faire event at the Powerhouse Museum in Ultimo promising 3D printing, laser harps, invention and much, much more!

Published in Entertainment

A Canadian 3D printing company, 3Dponics, has devised a hydroponics system for the growing of medical marijuana and released the designs for download.

Published in Open Source

The CSIRO has opened a new innovation centre - Lab 22 – designed to accelerate industry adoption of metal 3D printing and other emerging additive manufacturing technologies.

Published in Print Solutions

A joint initiative by government, industry and the National Science and Technology Centre, Questacon, has given students from secondary schools in three states experience with the cutting-edge of design technology.

Published in Government Tech Policy
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