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Here is the new face of technologically driven manufacturing: Industry 4.0

The first three industrial revolutions were impressive in their own right. They introduced steam power, electrified factories, assembly lines and early attempts...

QUT Creative Enterprise Australia launches Australia’s first creative tech accelerator

CEA’s Collider Accelerator is the latest program to be launched with support from Advance Queensland, which is investing more than $400-million to position Queensland as a hub of innovation and growth.

Lemonade Stand launches world-first dedicated Augmented Reality class for kids

Lemonade Stand has partnered with Plattar, Australia's first and easiest to use Augmented Reality (AR) platform, to allow young, budding 3D artists to view and manipulate their creations in an AR environment.

Engineering meets the law: How 3D printing could affect the Australian patent system

Like any disruptive technology, the advent of 3D printing technology also raises many legal questions in the area of intellectual property. Understanding the legal issues surrounding 3D printing is more important than ever.

This rugby league player turned PhD is the man behind the biggest websites you...

Enter Dr Ian Birkby, a former professional first grade rugby league player turned science PhD whose Sydney-based website network is whipping up a storm...

Tea. Earl Grey. Hot. How far away are 3D printers that are really food...

Don't like to cook? Well, soon it may be possible to have your own Star Trek-esque food replicator in your kitchen. NASA has recently funded...

Gartner’s 2014 Trends: Smart machines, personal cloud, 3-D printing et al

When Gartner talks, the IT world does lend an eager ear. What the think tank says is eagerly awaited at year's end. In keeping with...

Just how awesome is 3D printing? The answer ‘pretty awesome’ doesn’t quite cover it...

I've been raving on about 3D printing for a few years now. I'm intrigued by the RepRap printer that is, technically, a self-replicating machine....

3D printing is out of the closet and fuelling a new generation of entrepreneurs

It is strange how things work out. I have been using rapid prototyping for over 25 years. I've spent that time educating and encouraging my...

If you think 3D printing is cool, wait until you get a load of...

It's like something out of a sci-fi novel: a poster that plays the music of band that it's promoting. Or, how about a pen...

A bag of magic sand. It’s the next phase in rapid prototyping [VIDEO]

Boffins at MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) have created exactly this: a bag of magic sand. Put something into the bag, shake it and, the...

Now you can draw in 3D or, you will be after the latest Kickstarter...

I try to make a regular investment into awesome projects on Kickstarter. This month, the 3Doodler is seriously vying for my cash!

Dear Santa, I’m pretty sure you’ll be able to fit a 3D printer down...

Sick of boring family portraits? You know the ones. When it all goes horribly wrong, the photos end up on Awkward Family Photos. No more! 3D printing has come to the rescue.

Australian startup Beehive crowdfunding DIY 3D printed eyewear

What do you get when you leave a bunch of industrial designers and engineers to their own devices? A fancy new website in early-2012 that will allow anyone to create their own 3D-printed eyewear.

Adam Long, 2011 Anthill 30under30 Up-and-Comer

As one of the driving forces behind Engineers Without Borders Australia, a humanitarian assistance organization, Adam Long was well-versed in the art of helping others. Now he's striving to create a new buzz with a crowdsourcing venture that will bring designs to reality and to market.

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