SUBA Engineering is using Ultimaker 3D printers to make final production parts for their high precision industrial digital microscope.
Mat from SUBA Engineering talks about the benefits of 3D Printing compared to traditional methods, such as injection molding.
Australia's 3D printing experts are banding together to make face shields for at-risk health workers Due to the Covid-19 outbreak around the world, medical and 3D printing experts in various countries are exploring the use of 3D printers as temporary solutions to help meet the increased demand of personal protective equipment (PPE). There have been similar initiatives being carried out in Australia, including by the researchers at BioFab3D of St Vincent's Hospital in Melbourne, as well as the University of New South Wales. Please find out more of what these researchers are doing to assist with the situation by visiting...
Heineken is one of the largest global producers of beer, with over 150 breweries around the world. Juan Padilla González, Packaging Manager at Heineken has helped implemented Ultimaker 3D printers to increase efficiency and up-time at the Seville brewery.
After implementation, they have seen a reduction of costs in the applications that they identified by 70 - 90%, as well as decreasing delivery time by up to 70 - 90%.
From the 14th-17th of May 2019, Imaginables attended Austech 2019 held at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre. Austech is Australia’s premier Advanced Manufacturing and Machine Tool Exhibition, held alongside National Manufacturing Week (NMW), attracted more than 12 thousand visitors to the event. Austech also had an additive manufacturing section (Additive Pavilion), which was complemented by Unlimit3D, a conference on additive manufacturing/ 3D printing. We were excited to showcase our range fo quality and innovative products from Ultimaker and Dremel Digilab at the event, see below a photo of our booth at the event: Please click on the video below to view a...
Dinara Kasko is a pastry chef that has taken over the desert world by storm. Her unique geometric cakes has captures the imagination of many. Kasko who is born in Ukraine, worked as an architect-designer. She used her skills to create sensational cakes using 3D Printing. Images Courtesy of Dinara Kasko Kasko's desserts takes on very architectural characteristics and she does this by creating food safe silicon moulds modelled on Architectural software like 3D Max and Rhiono 3D. "From the moment I got into patisserie, I decided to try and ass something new to it" said Kasko." I realised that the appearance is...