Category Archives: CSIRO

Titomic enters marine additive manufacturing MoU with Fincantieri Australia

Fincantieri Australia, a localized branch of international shipbuilding company Fincantieri has signed a 12-month Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with industrial metal additive manufacturing company Titomic. Within this new MoU, Titomic will asses the potential of its Titomic Kinetic Fusion metal 3D printing process applied to Fincantieri’s existing manufacturing facilities. “This agreement with Fincantieri marks a significant milestone […]

Aurora Labs to raise up to $6 million and develop Large Format metal 3D printing

Metal 3D printer manufacturer Aurora Labs (ASX:A3D) has announced plans to raise AU$8 million (US$6.3 million) of capital to fund further development of Large Format Technology (LFP) for metal 3D printing. The Australia company hopes to commercialize LFP within 11 months. Aurora reports that placement of AU$5 million is already complete. Leaving the remaining figure […]

In Kürze: EOS erweitert Kapazitäten, Arcam Börsenabgang, Aurora Labs & CSIRO

EOS erweitert Produktionskapazitäten für 3D-Drucker EOS hat die Produktion seiner Systeme von Krailling nach Maisach, westlich von München, verlagert und dabei seine Kapazitäten erweitert. Auf einer Fläche von 9.000 Quadratmeter können bis zu 1.000 Systeme pro Jahr hergestellt werden. EOS kommt damit der verstärkten Nachfrage seiner industriellen 3D-Drucker nach. Gleichzeitig kann das Unternehmen auf Basis […]

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Aurora Labs signs $100,000 3D printing research deal with CSIRO

Australian 3D printer manufacturer Aurora Labs has announced a research agreement with the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO) as part of a joint project to advance and commercialize 3D printing. As part of the deal, Aurora Labs will supply CSIRO, a public scientific research organization, with a small-format Aurora Labs metal 3D printer […]

China state Action Plan aims to make 3D printing worth $3 billion by 2020

China’s Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT) has drawn up a set of guidelines for its Additive Manufacturing Industry Development Action Plan (2017-2020), which calls for an additive manufacturing industry exceeding 20 billion Renminbi (US$3 billion) by 2020. This Action Plan, which forms part of “Made in China 2025” strategic roadmap for the country’s manufacturing […]

$1.4 million for major new 3D printing network in South Australia

The Additive Manufacturing Applied Research Network is to be set up in the Australian city of Adelaide following a AU$1.4 million grant from the State Government of South Australia. The network is a collaboration between The University of Adelaide’s Institute for Photonics and Advanced Sensing (IPAS), Optofab, the Australian National Fabrication Facility (ANFF), the Stretton Centre […]

First ever US sternum replacement with 3D printed composite implant

Australian med-tech company Anatomics and 3D printing service bureau Lab 22 at the CSIRO (the Australian federal government agency for scientific research) have successfully produced a composite sternum and rib cage implant for a patient in the US. The implant was provided to a US surgical team, led by Jeffrey L. Port of the New […]

Maßgeschneiderte Lebensmittel auf Knopfdruck – Persönlich abgestimmte Gerichte aus dem 3D-Drucker

Die australische Forschungseinrichtung CSIRO (Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation) beschäftigt sich seit einiger Zeit auch mit Projekten rund um das Thema additive Fertigung und hat dazu vor rund zwei Jahren ein Zentrum für Metall-3D-Druck eingerichtet. Zu den Schwerpunkten zählt aber auch die Erforschung von Möglichkeiten im Bereich 3D-gedruckter Lebensmittel. In einer Studie über die […]

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