Category Archives: Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology

F-35 stealth fighter gets boost from 3D printing

United States’ Hill Air Force Base, Utah, is planning the use of 3D printing to replace parts on the F-35, a stealth multirole fighter. The parts will be produced at the base’s 388th Maintenance Group. The 388th Maintenance Group commander, Col. Michael Miles said, “We’re always driving for speed, safety and quality.” In manufacturing replacement parts, 3D […]

RMIT applies metal 3D printing to aircraft maintenance and repair

Professor Milan Brandt at Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT) University is leading a project applying metal 3D printing to service the Australian Defence Forces. Working with national aircraft support service RUAG Australia and the Innovative Manufacturing Cooperative Research Centre (IMCRC) Brandt’s team at RMIT is using laser metal deposition to cut down the cost of maintenance, repair & overhaul (MRO) operations. […]

Venice Biennale’s Cloud Pergola, claims world’s largest 3D printed structure title

Commencing the 16th International Architecture Exhibition La Biennale di Venezia, in Venice, Italy, the Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Croatia introduced one of the world’s largest 3D printed structures, the Cloud Pergola. The Croatian pavilion was inspired by the intricacies of cloud formations and created using robotic 3D printing technology from Ai Build, […]

Venice Biennale’s Cloud Pergola, claims world’s largest 3D printed structure title

Commencing the 16th International Architecture Exhibition La Biennale di Venezia, in Venice, Italy, the Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Croatia introduced one of the world’s largest 3D printed structures, the Cloud Pergola. The Croatian pavilion was inspired by the intricacies of cloud formations and created using robotic 3D printing technology from Ai Build, […]

Australien forscht an 3D-gedruckten Sprengstoffen

dst group - Australien forscht an 3D-gedruckten Sprengstoffen

Die Defence Science and Technology Group (DST) hat in Australien 2 Millionen Dollar erhalten um an 3D-gedruckten Sprengstoffen zu forschen. Möglicherweise könnte die Grundlagenforschung zur Produktion von neuen Waffensystem führen. Die DST Gruppe ist Teil des Australischen Verteidigungsministeriums. Für die Forschung, die mit 2 Millionen Dollar gefördert wird, wurde eine Zusammenarbeit mit anderen Institutionen beschlossen. So […]

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