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