Using an old clock motor and a some determination, a 3D printed clock was
Four years ago, a week after purchasing my first 3D Printer, a part on our 10 year old dishwasher broke. By the way I’m a self confessed gadgeteer. Â I contacted the manufacturer, but the dishwasher was end of line and no longer supported. Â My wife was happy as she was finally going to get a new dishwasher and showed me the brochure on a shiny...
Education is changing faster than ever. As technology marches forward, Australian educators are keeping ahead of the game. Edutech 2014 had lots of conversation around education with some of Australia’s best teachers calling for the end to exams.
Looking at purchasing a 3D Printer can be a daunting task as there are so many options to choose from these days. Do you buy one with a large build size or one with 5 print heads. The most critical component to any 3D Printer is
There is the perception that CAD design is difficult. This is grossly untrue.
The UP Plus 2 is a tough little printer. Its all steel construction and excellent build quality have proven to be a wise investment for long term
University of Auckland MechatronicsÂ department have recently opened up a dedicated 3D printing lab for their students. Recognizing that manufacturing of custom components, is not only important
Congratulations to Mike for winning the UP Plus 2 with Popular Science Magazine
National Manufacturing Week in Sydney, Australia was a busy one. Â It was great to see
[youtube id=”NUAAqD-LLsc” width=”600″ height=”350″] TODAY show presents Michael McQueen, Social Reseacher, and Sam Canning. Covering the current state of 3D printing in Australia and around the world.