This Week in 3D Printing – 30 April 2015

This week in 3D printing, meet 3D Printing Systems at Austech, how 3D printing makes honey and money, an electroplating machine, 3D printing heads to court and more. Continue Reading →

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This week in 3D Printing – 24 April 2015

This week in 3D printing; our pick of the best, most interesting and intriguing 3D printing stories. 4D printing, new hackerspace for people with disability, 3D printed face and more. Continue Reading →

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Stratasys under fire over Makerbot acquisition

On 20 February 2015, a lawsuit was filed against Stratasys by the City of Hollywood Police Officer’s Retirement System. Continue Reading →

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Stars come to Earth with 3D Printing

The brightest and largest star system within 10,000 light years from us, Eta Carinae has been brought to Earth. Made of two massive stars surrounded by luminous gas, this complex system has been difficult to study. Now, thanks to 3D printing, it is that little bit easier. Continue Reading →

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OzNerfNerd Upgrade for your Elite Alpha Trooper

If you love Nerf guns and upgrades, then the upgrade kit from OzNerfNerd is the perfect gift for yourself. This kit improves on the performance of the Nerf Elite Alpha Trooper and adds length to the stock thanks to a 3D printed extension. Continue Reading →

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Australia develops bio 3D printing for injury treatment

It always starts off as a dream. To change the world. A dream so big, that nobody thought it possible. That is what Associate Professor Mia Woodruff, from Queensland  University of Technology’s Biomaterials and Tissue Morphology Group has. A dream so big that even today people will doubt it to be possible. What is the dream you ask? Continue Reading →

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3DPrint-AU Launches Newest Australia’n 3D Print Service

3DPrint-AU announced today the launch of their new 3D printing service for Australia.

Manufacturing in Australia has experienced many changes since the 3D Printing revolution began in 2011. Many Australians have started to use desktop 3D printing to prototype and manufacture products in their sheds and workplaces. Limited access to industrial capable machines have resulted in Australians having to purchase parts from overseas, with long lead times. Creators in Europe and the USA have had easy access to this technology, now it  is Australia’s turn. Having a local 3D Print service means that customers in Australia are no longer at a disadvantage. Main centres, Melbourne and Sydney will be able to receive their models within 48 hours of the printer finishing the job. Continue Reading →

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Autodesk launches 3D Printer, a 3D Printing Platform and a $100M 3D Printing Fund

Yesterday at Autodesk University, Autodesk formally announced the launch of there open source 3D printing platform dubbed SPARK. The details are still not 100% clear but it we do know its planned to be opened source which is a good start. They are also planning  to ship their 3D Printer which goes by the name of Ember, early next year for just under $6,000 USD. We have limited information on the machine other than it is using SLA-DLP technology so we assume the print bed size won’t be very big. Also if you have a great 3D printing idea it might be worth knocking on the door of Autodesk as they think your idea is a good one they may be keen to hand over some of their $100M 3D printing fund!
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Introducing Flow, a wireless input device.

As computers have developed, we’ve seen many alternative input devices come and go but through time the trusty mouse and keyboard have reigned king. Touch screens have taken hold on smaller devices such as tablets and smartphones but they are still rely on a virtual keyboard. Input devices such as joysticks, trackballs, gamepads and for the pong fans out there who could forget the paddle, we’re fun to play with but none really stuck around. With the growth of 3D CAD we have seen some interesting devices such as the Connexion 3D mouse and haptic input devices but they usually still require the use of a mouse along side. You may recall a device called Leap Motion which launched a few years back and allowed you to control your PC by just waving your hands around over a tiny little match box sizes object but we haven’t seen any solid uses for it apart from games. Continue Reading →

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Made For Me – Aussie Online 3D-Printing Marketplace

Made For Me a Canberra based startup is looking to tap into 3D printing’s increasing popularity in Australia by connecting designers, local manufacturers and consumers in the an online marketplace.

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