Category Archives: Swinburne University of Technology

Roboter 3D druckt eine Ersatzhalterung auf ein Fahrzeugteil

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In einer Weltneuheit hat das Repairbot-Projekt von Swinburne einen wichtigen Meilenstein erreicht: Mit einem Roboter wurde erfolgreich eine Ersatznase an einer Fahrzeugscheinwerferbaugruppe in 3D gedruckt. Das Repairbot-Projekt ist eine Industriekooperation mit Tradiebot, die von der AMA Group unterstützt wird und vom Bund über das Innovative Manufacturing Cooperative Research Center (IMCRC) unterstützt wird. Dabei wurde ein [...]

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Swinburne robot constructs automotive repair using 3D printing

Swinburne University of Technology has collaborated with Sydney-based industrial automation firm Tradiebot Industries and automotive aftercare company AMA Group to 3D print a replacement lug for an automotive headlamp assembly using a robotic arm. Initially funded by a sum of $1,264,695 AUD (approx. $994 thousand USD) in 2018, the collaboration is part of the ‘Repairbot’ […]

Swinburne robot constructs automotive repair using 3D printing

Swinburne University of Technology has collaborated with Sydney-based industrial automation firm Tradiebot Industries and automotive aftercare company AMA Group to 3D print a replacement lug for an automotive headlamp assembly using a robotic arm. Initially funded by a sum of $1,264,695 AUD (approx. $994 thousand USD) in 2018, the collaboration is part of the ‘Repairbot’ […]

3D Printing Industry Review of the Year February 2018

Following January’s vision of the year ahead, February 2018 was a month of 3D printer releases. In this month, Stratasys shared material details of its upcoming metal 3D printer, and HP expanded its range of Multi Jet Fusion (MJF) systems to include full color 3D printers. This month, we also marked the 20th anniversary of SOLIDWORKS World, […]

3D Printing News Sliced Protolabs, 3D Systems, Energica, Samsung, BMW Group, the FBI

This edition of our 3D printing news digest Sliced follows the latest innovations from BigRep; 3D printed motorcycles and the escape from Alcatraz. Featured stories include Protolabs, FIT, Energica, Samsung, BMW Group, BigRep, Swinburne University of Technology, and more. Escape from Alcatraz 3D printed decoy heads The FBI San Francisco Division has presented the Golden Gate […]

3D Printing News Sliced Renishaw, Nano Dimension, PyroGenesis, Sigma Labs, Nanoscribe, Nanovis

Today’s edition of Sliced, the 3D Printing Industry news digest, features 4D printing materials from the University of Colorado Boulder, Q2 2018 results from PyroGenesis,  FDA 510(k) clearance and $5.5 million investments for Nanovis’ titanium PEEK spinal implants and more. A square peg into a round hole Engineers from the University of Colorado Boulder (CU Boulder) have developed […]

Swinburne Industry 4.0 Testlab introduces unique composite 3D printing technology

A new method of carbon fiber composite 3D printing is under development at Swinburne University of Technology. Part of the Australian Prime Minister’s Industry 4.0 Testlab initiative, the so-termed ‘Multilayer’ technology is delivered by Fill, a special machinery and plant construction company headquartered in Austria. “In order to make high value-added products from such materials affordable […]