Category Archives: University of Adelaide

Australia races for Commonwealth Games gold with 3D printed gloves

Scott Crowley has competed in the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games held in Queensland, Australia, with the aid of gloves 3D printed at the University of Adelaide (UoA). The gloves were used in the wheelchair portion of the paratriathlon final, held on April 7, in which Crowley placed 5th.  At the time of writing this […]

Australischer Para-Triathlet geht mit 3D-gedrucktem Handschutz an den Start

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Triathlet Scott Crowley aus Australien ist vergangenes Wochenende erstmals mit seinem 3D-gedruckten Handschuh beim Para-Triatholon der Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games an den Start gegangen.  Der auf den Rollstuhl angewiesene Sportler war bislang auf einen selbst hergestellten Schutz zum Antrieb der Räder angewiesen, welcher seine während des Rennens stark beanspruchten Hände schützt. Für seine bisherige […]

Der Beitrag Australischer Para-Triathlet geht mit 3D-gedrucktem Handschutz an den Start erschien zuerst auf – Das Magazin für 3D-Drucktechnologien.

RMIT develops 3D printed smartphone microscope for remote healthcare

Looking for a smartphone upgrade? Look no further than your 3D printer. RMIT University scientists have developed a “clip-on” filter that can turn smartphone cameras into a powerful microscope. Capable of viewing specimens as small as 1/200th of a millimeter, the device will come in handy as a point of care diagnostic tool or research […]

$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 […]

A toast to Carbon and the University of Adelaide redesigning small-batch winemaking

The speed and quality of Carbon’s trademark Digital Light Synthesis, is helping its CLIP 3D printer technology gain traction in applications for series production of end-user parts. In a project for the R&D branch of  multinational computer technology corporation Oracle, CLIP 3D printing was previously used to produce 10,000 parts for Oracle Labs servers. A new project from […]