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Driving the renaissance of the manufacturing industry through metal 3D printing

Manufacturers using welding techniques suffer from limitations in realising complex structures because of the limited process of building one layer at a time – this is because subsequent layers are laminated after complete solidification preventing the molten metal from flowing down. As a result, a cooling period is necessary, and the circumstances that can be laminated are restricted to certain examples.

UNSW Sydney introduces newly developed 3D bioprinting surgical tool

Researchers from UNSW Sydney have engineered a miniature soft robotic arm capable of 3D printing biomaterial directly onto the organs of a person. 

Korean research teams develop smart contact lens using 3D printer

Two research groups in Korea have collaborated to develop core technology for smart contact lenses that can implement augmented reality (AR)-based navigation through a 3D printing process.

COVID shield: spray coating to shield surfaces from viruses, bacteria

Media release by The University of Sydney A first-of-its-kind sprayable coating that can prevent the surface spread of infection from bacteria and viruses - including...

Monash researchers develop world-first graphene technology

A team of Monash University engineers led by Professor Mainak Majumder have developed a novel technology capable of identifying high quality graphene cheaper, faster...

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SAP S/4HANA’s role in sustainable manufacturing

For business leaders in the Australian manufacturing industry, digital transformation is not just a buzzword—it is a necessity to stay ahead and maintain a competitive edge in operational efficiency.