What does 2018 hold for Australian manufacturing?
Additive in Australia: What the innovators and researchers from down under are bringing to the industry
“Australian companies have to be very smart…”
‘Manufacturing’s Future in a Digital Age’ was the subject for discussion in Melbourne on 14 November, as delegates from across Australian manufacturing gathered for the 2017 AMTIL National Conference.
The best 3D printing facility of its kind in the southern hemisphere is headed to Adelaide. David Chuter spoke to Tory Shepherd, Adelaide Advertiser, about this manufacturing investment.
David Chuter and Jens Goennemann, AMGC, agree that Australia is one of the few countries in the world where the manufacturing industry is thriving.
Combining 3D printing, robotic surgery and advanced manufacturing to create just in time tailored implants for patients with bone cancer
A major new Australian research project is set to transform the way physicians surgically treat tumours and bone cancer, and dramatically improve patient and healthcare outcomes.
IMCRC supports state-of-the-art 3D printers pave the way for local medical device, defence manufacturers
Adelaide will soon be home to the Southern Hemisphere’s most advanced, state-of-the-art metal 3D printing facility thanks to a $1.4 million State Government grant announced last night.
Gregor Ferguson, Defence industry analyst, defence innovation and science communicator, had a couple of interesting conversations last week about Innovation, including one with David Chuter.
Professor Roy Green, Dean of the UTS Business School at the University of Technology Sydney, and Robert Cohen, Vice-President and General Manager of Global R&D for the Joint Replacement division at Stryker Orthopedics, have been appointed to the IMCRC Board of Directors.