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US Navy selects SPEE3D for its MaintenX program

SPEE3D has been chosen by the US Navy to participate in the MaintenX exercise, which aims to produce military marine applications in both port...

AML3D announces sale of Arcemy to RMIT’s Additive Manufacturing Centre

3D metal printing company AML3D has sold of one of its Arcemy WAM printing units to the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT). AML3D, which...

Desktop Metal introduces new 3D printing process for production of sustainable, end-use wood parts

Desktop Metal has launched a new additive manufacturing process that sustainably produces functional end-use wood parts by upcycling waste byproducts from wood manufacturing and...

Desktop Metal wraps up acquisition of EnvisionTEC

Desktop Metal, a manufacturer of 3D printers that utilise metal and carbon fibre materials, has completed acquisition of EnvisionTEC, a leading global provider of...

Aussie scientists develop 3D printing technology that could disrupt the global stent manufacturing industry

Researchers from CSIRO, Australia's national science agency, in partnership with Wollongong-based Medical Innovation Hub, have come up with a way to 3D print tailor-made...

SPEE3D, Swinburne to trial coronavirus-fighting copper

Australian manufacturer SPEE3D is working with Swinburne University to trial copper door push plates that kill the bulk of the COVID-19 virus, in just two...

Defence to trial innovative 3D printing technology

The Australian Army will trial a cutting edge 3D printing technology delivered in Darwin and used by the Royal Australian Navy. The 12-month trial of...

HP 3D printing solutions drives expansion for GoProto ANZ

GoProto announces the expansion of its Melbourne prototyping and additive manufacturing facility, doubling their capacity for HP Multi-Jet ...

GE announces 3D printing packages for Australian schools

More than one hundred primary and secondary schools across Australia will receive polymer 3D printer, supporting software and lesson plans as part of GE's Additive...

World first Industry 4.0 Testlab to be established at Swinburne University

Swinburne University is set to create Australia's first fully immersed Industry 4.0 Testlab for carbon composite manufacturing thanks to a $135 million grant from...
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