3D Central Advanced Manufacturing Centre, a manufacturing plant that uses only 3D printing in the production process, has opened in Melbourne.
A new book covering the scienctific, engineering and bioethical aspects of bio-printing has been released.
Perth company Flying Machine is seeing success manufacturing bicycles with customised lugs, 3D printed in titanium.
Speculation about HP’s plans to create a 3D printer able to create glass items has resumed following an ad listing by the company for a robotics scientist.
RS Components introduces the latest version of the RepRapPro Ormerod 3D printer featuring versatility and new functionalities.
The lab is the brainchild of engineer Dr Michael Myers who is focused on making leading edge technology available to small to medium businesses.
A nearly-completely 3D printed car has had its first drive at the weekend after being created on site at the International Manufacturing Technology Show.
Sweden’s Arcam, a maker of electron beam melting additive manufacturing systems, will move into medical implant manufacturing.
According to a study released last month, 2016 is set to be a watershed year for manufacturing, with the industry to be ‘reinvented’ by trends in areas including automation, 3D printing and data. Brent Balinski reports.
Fonon Technologies has released a new metal sintering system that it claims is a breakthrough in 3D printing.
Netherlands-based medical imaging components firm Smit Röntgen has announced that it is able to now 3d print parts out of pure tungsten.
Research released this week by US-based technology information firm Gartner has suggested some time will pass before mainstream 3D printing usage.
A Beijing university hospital has successfully implanted a 3D printed vertebra in a 12-year-old boy, claiming the effort as a world first.
High speed sintering holds great promise for industrial use as the process can be scaled to work at comparable speeds to conventional high volume processes
Anatomics occupies a demanding niche, providing custom products that help surgeons do their job, and exports to 20 countries. In the second instalment in our five-part series, the company’s Robert Thompson tells Brent Balinski about how the company responds to its market’s needs, a “3D printed” skull implant, and a recent successful collaboration with CSIRO.
The Centre will enable designers and engineers to create models and prototypes for new product design and test and to build finished goods in low volume.
The printer was developed in collaboration with Lockheed Martin and uses wire feedstock rather than powder.
Oz Brewing will acquire 3D Group, which will see the 3D printing company listed on the ASX.
Australia’s investment has been described as insufficient ahead of the official launch of the Additive Manufacturing Hub.
GE Aviation has announced that it will spend $US 50 million upgrading its Auburn, Alabama factory, as it prepares to begin production of LEAP engines.