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3DPrint-AU Launches Managed 3D Print Service for Australia

14

Nov 2014

3DPrint-AU Launches Managed 3D Print Service for Australia

Australian’s Have a New 3D Print Service. Offering High Quality Selective Laser Sintered (SLS) Nylon Parts, at a Low Fixed Rate. SYDNEY, New South Wales (PRWEB) 14 November 2014 – 3DPrint-AU announced today the launch of their new 3D printing service for Australia. Manufacturing in Australia has experienced many changes since the 3D Printing revolution began in 2011. Many Australians have started to use desktop 3D printing...

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28

Feb 2013

3D printer and 3D printing forum

We are happy to annouce the launch of our own forum. http://forum.3dprintingsystems.com/ In the future we will be using the forum to answer common questions, and as a place for you to share your ideas. There is a section dedicated to education, so teachers and students care share the class room projects and in the future browse it for inspiration.


Chameleon filament

19

Dec 2012

Chameleon filament

Have you seen a chameleon change colour? Well we have something new.  ABS plastic filament that changes colour!


12

Dec 2012

Transformer

Check out this remote controlled and 3D printed transforming robot!


Is that a new colour?

06

Nov 2012

Is that a new colour?

Is this a new colour we see? Better go and check our store to see what else is new!


The Australian UP Mini review

23

Oct 2012

The Australian UP Mini review

THEY print plastic models, busts of relatives, designs and even replacement spare parts. 3D printers have been around for years in industry mainly for producing hard plastic prototypes. The UP Mini 3D, fascinated us when we previewed it in June. Now it’s on sale in Australia. 3D printers have similarities with their 2-dimensional ink jet cousins. Both have print heads and nozzles, and whereas an...

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Light 3D Printer

21

Oct 2012

Light 3D Printer

“We are developing a system of moving streaming information through space, in the form of light, to generate material form. This system is a full-scale, generative fabrication process that is innately non-linear, is interruptible and corruptible at any time, and does not rely on periodic flattening to 2D. Light is the medium for data in our system. There resident data can be drawn through physical...

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Printing Chemicals

20

Oct 2012

Printing Chemicals

Originally posted on huffingtonpost 3D printers, or additive manufacturing as it is also called, have gone beyond printing prototypes to printing final products ready for use such as jewelry, chairs, human jaw bones, and parts for jet engines to name just a few. 3D printers work by using lasers to deposit and fuse a thin layer upon layer of materials


Over the rainbow we go!

16

Aug 2012

Over the rainbow we go!

New colours! New colours everywhere! First it was white, then black, orange. Now we have an overflow of colour! From yellow to blue, red and green, clear and even star burst! Wait…. Star burst? What kind of colour is that? Well. Let me tell you. It is the most magical of colours. This filament holds a special secret. Instead of being translucent, or just ordinary...

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