New 3D Printing Course for Australian Students

3D Printing Systems

Undergraduate students at University of Wollongong Australia, south of Sydney, have a new 3D printing course that will put them at the forefront of engineering.

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University of Wollongong is Offering a Free Online Course in 3D Bioprinting

3D Printing Health 3D Printing 3d bioprinting 3d printing class australia Australian Institute for Innovative Materials biofabrication bioprinting FutureLearn online course STEM education University of WollongongOf all the things that 3D printing is capable of, bioprinting is possibly the most incredible. It’s one thing to be able to print perfectly accurate replicas of individual organs, but the idea. View the entire article via our website.

World’s First 3D Printed Harmonograph Created by Students in Australia, Featuring Christmas Lights

It seems as though over the course of the past year, we have covered so many stories of the “world’s first 3D printed ” There will always be new “firsts” but some are definitely... View the entire article via our website. 3D Design 3D Printing 3d genie 3d printed harmonograph australia harmonograph rostrata primary school school

Wohlers Associates, Inc. – Design for Additive Manufacturing Course in Cooperation with Airbus and ZAL in Hamburg, Germany

Additive Manufacturing

is taking its internationally acclaimed course on design for additive manufacturing (DfAM) to Hamburg, Germany. The 13-14 June 2019 course is being supported by Airbus and ZAL Center of Applied Aeronautical Research. The course has received an overall average score of 4.7

3D Printing News Briefs: April 3, 2019

To kick off this week’s first edition of 3D Printing News Briefs, we’ve got a fun project to share with you, before moving on to events, business, education, and software. Materials. View the entire article via our website.

3D Printing Training Among Mandatory Australian Government Courses, Some More Helpful Than Others, for Indigenous Job Seekers

3D Printing Business Education 3d printing australia 3D printing benefits 3d printing sustainably Aboriginal australia Australian government indigenous indigenous communities Project Plastic Fantastic sustainability unemploymentWhile it’s easy to see the many varied benefits of 3D printing in more dense, urban areas, it’s not always as visible in the far-flung, underdeveloped corners of the world. There. View the entire article via our website.


Wohlers Talk

That’s why we have been offering DfAM courses since 2015. We have since conducted courses in other locations in the U.S., as well as in Australia, Belgium, Canada, and South Africa. Our most recent course was held with Protolabs 2.5 Other DfAM courses are being planned.

The Barnes Group Advisors and SLM Solutions Sign Memorandum of Understanding

Additive Manufacturing

Per the arrangement, The Barnes Group Advisors will deliver Additive Manufacturing (AM) training courses designed around key industry standards to SLM Solutions’ customers and contacts. The Barnes Group Advisors and SLM Solutions North America collaborate on Additive Manufacturing Training.

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The Beast – ‘A 3D Printer So Large it Could Print a Child’ Unveiled by cultivate3D

This of course can be a challenge as well. 3D Printers 3D Printing australia beast 3d printer cultivate3d fast 3d printer large 3d printer The Beast The Beast 3d printerThe great thing about the desktop 3D printing space is the number of choices one has when setting out to purchase a new machine. For... View the entire article via our website.

Computational Design Student Creates 3D Printed Spider Joints

While taking a digital fabrication course he was assigned a project to conceptualize a paneled facade... View the entire article via our website. 3D Design 3D printed art 3D Printing australia computational design computational design society digital fabrication grasshopper higher ed mass customization panel system Rhino spider joints student design university university of new south wales

3D Printed Anatomy Series Released by Monash University: A Medical Training Game Changer

Monash University scientists may well have changed the course of medical science with the release of their brilliant 3D Printed Anatomy Series. 3D Printing Health 3D Printing 3d printed anatomical models 3d printing and medical science anatomy australia Erler-Zimmer germany human anatomy Monash University Professor Paul McMenaminIt’s a kit containing no actual human tissue, but it is an... View the entire article via our website.

A Few Questions For: 3D Printing Studios

Here at, we love to keep up with the latest buzz in the world of 3D technologies–and that, of course, includes the latest at some of the great trade shows around the world. 3D Design 3D Printing Business Exclusive Interviews 3D Printing Studios A Few Questions For australia inside 3d printing Inside 3D Printing Singapore Jason Joo singapore

Wohlers Associates Identifies Design as a Critical Factor in AM Economics and Adoption

Additive Manufacturing

One of two courses has been scheduled for Austin, Texas on August 14-16, 2019 in connection with the 30th Annual Solid Freeform Fabrication Symposium sponsored by the University of Texas at Austin. The second is a Design at Elevation DfAM course in Frisco, Colorado on September 11-13, 2019.

A 3D Virtual Tour is Underway for Recently Discovered Sunken Ship

In 2008, an Australian ship called the HMAS Sydney was discovered in the Indian Ocean, about 200 km off Australia’s west coast. Well, of course, sunken ships always evoke. Why is this important? View the entire article via our website. 3D Design 3D Software Science & Technology 3D modeling 3d reconstruction 3d shipwrecks Andrew Woods David Satterthwaite HMAS Sydney Magnus Pawsey Supercomputer Centre

Why Our Low Carbon Future Depends on Mining

3D Perspectives

The activity of mining, of course, is energy intensive, but the industry is starting to adapt itself to itself becoming a lower carbon emitter as it seeks to contribute to a greener world while becoming more efficient and cost-effective. Metals and Minerals needs for Green Technologies.

The 3D printer carving out a new curriculum

3D Printing Review

She and husband Roger, a recording technician turned engineer, then partnered with the pair to develop a primary- and high-school design and manufacturing syllabus which they hope will go some way towards remedying Australia’s declining industry.

Streetcar Style: Model Trams From Around the World

Shapeways Blog

Not everyone hated trams, of course, and from the beginning modelers tried to preserve them. Sydney had the largest tram network in Australia, but the last Sydney tram ran in 1961.

Blockchain Technology Transforming the Agriculture and Food Supply Chain

BIS Research

We are observing that these use cases emerge in combination with niche and specialty supply chains such as organic, non-GMO products, or where specific marketing or health claims are made, e.g., gluten-free, ‘local’, ‘direct from farmer’ or ‘Made in Australia’. Blockchain-in-Agriculture.

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How to Avoid Bird Attacks on Your Drone

3D Printing Hub

In 2017, a fixed-wing drone being flown by Daniel Parfitt was attacked by a wedge-tailed eagle, a particularly aggressive and territorial bird found in many parts of Australia. This incident is so common in Australia that Rick Steve, a survey superintendent who uses drones to survey mining pits, has reportedly lost 12 drones over a span of 2 and a half years due to eagle attacks.

BEEVERYCREATIVE Launches the BEEPOINT 3D Print Service


Right now, that means: Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Estonia, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain and of course, Portugal, where BEEVERYCREATIVE is based.

Designer Spotlight: Narada Dan Vantari

Shapeways Blog

I am based in Byron Bay Australia, a center of alternative society and creativity. I use my Facebook pages for promotion of course. And then of course there is finding the time to actually design these things!

The World’s Largest Rubik’s Cube Comes to i.materialise: Meet Its Designer


The trigger for designing twisty puzzles, as they are called, was when Bram Cohen pitched an idea for a novel twisty puzzle at the occasion of the International Puzzle Party in Australia in 2007. And of course you are famous for your world record. It starts with the idea, of course.

[Podcast] How One Teacher is Changing mindsets, One Student at a Time, with STEM

The Solidworks Blog

And then there’s now we’re starting to have a, we had a couple of companies come in from out of the country, one from Australia, and I can’t remember the other one. So we have other students now, taking a couple of course works.

Concept Laser Has Helped Shape “Additive Manufacturing” for 15 Years

Additive Manufacturing

At the end of 2014, there were 259 systems in use in Europe, 62 in the Americas, 76 in Asia and 4 in Africa and Australia. People are now becoming aware of this, of course. They will, of course, also be more cost-effective and environmentally sound to manufacture.

The 3D Printers Are Coming: Dig More Coal?

RPM Tools

Most importantly, 3D printing is yet another feature in the suite of new technologies promising rising productivity, and thus in due course both wealth and job creation. That will happen, in due course, but the physics of metals and energy are stubborn. Of course this is an overestimate since it is based on the zero chance well see a 100% flip from conventional to 3D manufacturing. The 3D printers are coming. And fast. The only debate is over how fast.

3D Metal Printing Improves Craniomaxillofacial Surgery

Additive Manufacturing

Frank Reinauer: “We have of course long had our eye on the additive approach. In addition, there are of course also audits by authorities that we are required to undergo. In addition, there are of course also audits by authorities that we are required to undergo.

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RepRap: Blog: New Extruder Design

RepRap Blog

Machined parts can take higher temperatures, of course. Nearest supplier is in Australia. RepRap: Blog. Blog for the RepRap project at - a project to create an open-source self-copying 3D printer. Friday, April 22, 2011. New Extruder Design.