Browsing: 3D Printing

The benefits of 3D printing – or additive manufacturing – are beginning to revolutionise many industries. It is triggering a change in the way both small businesses and industry giants build and design their products. 3D printers allow for the creation of prototypes, models and products out of materials such as plastics and metals. Companies and individuals can now rapidly prototype ideas for new parts or products and the sector also promises to cut down costs on the creation of products through savings in supply-chains, product waste and storage.

3D Printing kiwi-challenge
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XPO ANNOUNCES PRINCIPLE SPONSORSHIP;  FINALISTS FOR EMEX 2018 It’s great to see that when you toss out an idea, even from the root of you being angry at the world – or in this case, someone bagging Kiwi ingenuity and highlighting skewed statistical analysation of it – that others can grab hold of a limb and help grow it, because they see merit. Continue →
3D Printing In the last two years, there has been a significant change in the way local companies are now using 3D printers right across their businesses
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In the last two years, there has been a significant change in the way local companies are now using 3D printers right across their businesses In the last two years, there has been a significant change in the way local companies are now using 3D printers right across their businesses according to Dermid McKinley, managing director of Tasman 3DPrinters in New Zealand and Australia. Continue →
3D Printing As industry knowledge in metal additive manufacturing expands, many engineers have successfully evolved CAD models from prototypes into full scale production pieces
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As industry knowledge in metal additive manufacturing expands, many engineers have successfully evolved CAD models from prototypes into full scale production pieces As industry knowledge in metal additive manufacturing expands, many engineers have successfully evolved CAD models from prototypes into full scale production pieces. Continue →
3D Printing Printing your own printer parts
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Printing your own printer parts Printing your own printer parts With a background in fitting machining and being involved with the development of automated machinery before becoming a teacher, New Plymouth Boys High’s Michael Parker has always been intrigued by 3D Printing and its possibilities. Continue →