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3D Printing Solves Issue Sourcing a Hard-to-get Porsche Part

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Sep 2019

3D Printing Solves Issue Sourcing a Hard-to-get Porsche Part

The Porsche 928 was initially planned to be Porsche’s replacement to the venerable, but aging, 911. Evidently, the 928 went on to be its own unique product, sold alongside the 911 for almost 20 years. During the early 1970’s, the popular Porsche 911 was approaching 10 years of age. Due to changing global economies and consumer awareness, the then-current chairman of Porsche, Dr. Ernst Fuhrmann,...

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Underwater Surf Camera Housing

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Sep 2019

Underwater Surf Camera Housing

A Local Surfing photographer had a very interesting request to add to his portfolio of equipment, but without the technology of 3D scanning, professional CAD design and Industrial 3D printing would have been impossible. Salty surf housing https://saltysurfhousings.com/ manufacture underwater hand held camera cases. The cases enable the end user to safely place their expensive SLR cameras in a rugged machined aluminium waterproof case, keeping their prize...

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Racing Drone Canopy

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Jul 2019

Racing Drone Canopy

A client from Melbourne wanted a 3D CAD design completed for a custom racing drone canopy. Drone racing is a relatively new and exciting sport wherein the competitors pilot drones via radio control using only a first-person view transmitted from a camera mounted on the drone. The goal is to complete a set course as quickly as possible like full scale air racing. The drone...

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Our Reverse Engineering Abilities Save You Money

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Jun 2019

Our Reverse Engineering Abilities Save You Money

Problem to Solution Traditionally it has been financially uneconomical to manufacture low quantities of unique parts. The immense costs involved producing tools for injection molding jigs or the huge costs of 5-axis CNC mills have made if prohibitively expensive to reproduce broken or damaged parts. This often results in the otherwise functional machine being deemed a loss. In more recent years, 3D printing and 3D...

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3D Printed Sushi to be Served by Sushi Singularity

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Apr 2019

3D Printed Sushi to be Served by Sushi Singularity

By Gareth Jones Open Meals a Japanese company are blending science and innovation to create a hyper-personalised 3D printed sushi experience. Open Meal’s concept analyses the diner’s bio-metric data including DNA & other biological metrics then matches the clients nutritional needs to provide an optimal diet. Sushi Singularity due to open in Tokyo 2020 is the first planned restaurant to feature the 3d printed Sushi...

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3D Printing and Scanning to Provide International Access to Ancient Museum Pieces

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Jan 2019

3D Printing and Scanning to Provide International Access to Ancient Museum Pieces

By Daniel Lawrence 3D scanning has been widely adopted throughout many industries. It offers the ability to digitize almost any physical object producing a high quality digital representation of that object. With recent advancements in technology, 3D scanners can achieve phenomenal accuracy, further opening the door to more industries. 3D scanning can use a number of different technologies, from handheld ‘blue light’ technology to stationary...

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Volvo and Reef Design Lab develop 3D printed ocean reef!

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Nov 2018

Volvo and Reef Design Lab develop 3D printed ocean reef!

Volvo’s 3D Printed Living Sea Wall – By Daniel Lawrence This year for World Environment Day, Swedish car maker, Volvo, have teamed up with eco institutions whiteGREY, the Sydney institute of Maritime Sciences and Australian eco-engineering studio, Reef Design Lab, to create a 3D printed ocean reef. Each year the United Nations’ host World Environment Day, an initiative calling for innovative products that address current,...

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3D Printing to Help Monitor Breast Cancer Treatment

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Nov 2018

3D Printing to Help Monitor Breast Cancer Treatment

By Daniel Lawrence – 07/11/2018 Breast cancer is the most commonly diagnosed cancer among New Zealand women. It is estimated over 18,000 women and almost 150 men will be diagnosed with the disease in 2018 and from that, over 3000 people die every year in 2018. Although too many New Zealander’s die from the disease, breast cancer is a treatable form of cancer if detected...

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3D Scan, 3D print, all with affordable off the shelf products

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Sep 2018

3D Scan, 3D print, all with affordable off the shelf products

Cammpro had a very interesting project this week. A Customer in Loftus NSW wanted to 3D scan an action figure to re-manufacture it using additive manufacturing. The action figure was 30mm wide and only 45mm tall: To scan the object, the EinScan Pro+ 3D scanner, and industrial pack were used, giving a highly accurate 3D scan of 50 microns: For up to date prices, click...

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3D PRINTING FINS TRANSFORMING SURFING

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Aug 2018

3D PRINTING FINS TRANSFORMING SURFING

When you think of crinkle-cut you normally think of potato chips, but not anymore, Wollongong university have designed new 3D printed crinkle-cut surfboard fins. 6 lucky surfers flew out to Mentawai Islands on the western coast of Sumatra in Indonesia to test out the new fins, the surfers were all different heights/weight/styles. Initial data collected suggests the 3D printed crinkle-cut fins were the preferred fin with the majority...

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