- 3d printing
- Accelerating Commercialisation Grant
- Advanced Design and Prototyping Technologies Institute
- advanced manufacturing
- Australian government
- Cooperative Research Centre Association
- Design Robotics for Mass Customisation
- Digital twins
- energy saving information
- Excellence in Innovation
- Fresh Science Queensland 2021
- Griffith University
- OncoRes Medical
- optimise energy efficiency
- paediatric hip surgery
- pilot manufacturing facility
- Proteomics International
- reducing pressure and flowrates
- reducing waste
- robotic concrete moulding
- SMC Corporation
- Swinburne University
- WA government
- WA Medical Technology and Pharmaceutical (MTP) Manufacturing Voucher Program
Insider energy saving information to “release the pressure”
Pneumatic processes account for around 20 per cent of all factory power consumption. However, when air is optimised, it becomes a game changer that is proven to improve energy efficiency.
Curvecrete to build a pilot manufacturing facility in Melbourne
Curvecrete – a company that manufactures curved, sustainable concrete that produces zero waste – has received a $325,158 Accelerating Commercialisation Grant from the federal government to develop a pilot manufacturing facility in Melbourne.
Digital twins and 3D printing could inform paediatric hip surgery
Griffith University bioengineer, Dr Martina Barzan, supplied a 60-second pitch that won the Fresh Science Queensland 2021 competition on research using digital twins to design 3D printed components, aiming to remove the guesswork from paediatric hip surgery.
IMCRC Design Robotics team wins Excellence in Innovation Award
The Innovative Manufacturing Cooperative Research Centre’s (IMCRC) “Design Robotics for Mass Customisation” team has won the Cooperative Research Centre Association’s 2020 Award, for Excellence in Innovation.
WA invests $450,000 into new industry manufacturing
Medical technology and pharmaceutical manufacturing in Western Australia have received a boost, with five local life sciences companies receiving $450,000 in funding to commercialise their innovations.