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The Smarter 3D Printing Series: Competitive Advantage of 3D Printing

Cyclical change occurs in industry when novel and innovative technologies and methodologies start to transform and disrupt existing industrial practices. The fourth industrial revolution, or Industry 4.0 in common parlance is one such cyclical change that we are current in the midst of. It can be loosely defined as the introduction of automation and data exchange to create self governing manufacturing systems illustrated below.

The Smarter 3D Printing Series: Embracing Additive Manufacturing for Traditional Manufacturing

Labour costs have begun to rise making automation more attractive and threatening job security. Focus has also shifted from mass produced products to customised products particularly in the field of consumer products. Fortunately, 3D printing is able to mitigate these changes and allow manufacturing to shift from traditional to advanced production.

Thales Australia unveils concept plans for the future of Lithgow Arms 

Thales Australia has released concept plans for the future of Lithgow Arms – a precinct to develop and manufacture the next generation soldier weapons...

New working group to help accelerate Qld’s transition to advanced manufacturing

Queensland Minister for State Development, Manufacturing, Infrastructure and Planning, Cameron Dick, has announced the establishment of a new Manufacturing Skills Working Group, tasked with overseeing the recommendations of a...

Viva Energy’s Geelong Refinery is manufacturing its first new solvent product since the 1980s

Viva Energy Australia has announced that its Geelong Refinery has begun manufacturing a new solvent product once more. The production of Vivasol X55 at Geelong...

Check out 3D Systems’ 3D printed Liquid-Cooled Computer

3D Systems unveiled a super cool product at this year’s CES – the 3D printed Liquid-Cooled Computer. 3D Systems’ team of engineers basically redesigned the...

Leading QUT scientists tip bio-manufacturing to become “the pillar” of Australia’s economic security

Queensland University of Technology (QUT) Professor John Bell, who chaired the Industrial biotechnology and additive bio-manufacturing session at the Advanced Manufacturing Summit in Sydney...

CEDA report: Australia must transit from traditional to advanced manufacturing

A research conducted by the Committee for Economic Development of Australia (CEDA) have proposed the Government to tender for major projects to require Australian-made new...
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