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Exciting new tech at Te Papa for innovative learning
Virtual Reality, 3D printers, 3D scanners, touch tables, and telepresence technologies will enable learners to connect in real time.
Kiwi student bound for Amsterdam to help robots build bridges
A young University of Auckland architectural graduate is set to take on Europe to use robots to build a pedestrian bridge over a canal.
Are educators restricting student access to 3D printing?
Student access to 3D printers across the globe is being restricted across the globe by education institutions, despite the learning benefits.
'Sophisticated' 3D printing market to soar on a global scale
"The gains in both software and on-demand parts printing are being driven by the rapidly expanding use of 3D printing."
Strategic partnership hones in on 3D printing in construction market
"Our collaboration will be a good start for cooperation between technology companies and property developers."
3D printing can inspire creative minds but not without 'risk'
“This can happen when there is a lack of ideas or technical skills to use 3D printing."
3D printing for rapid prototyping could give businesses competitive edge
"Developers can add layer by layer to achieve the required product shape and functionality.”
3D printing in education: Where to start?
"There's a lot of hype around 3D printing in education, which urges educators to get involved, but there are a lack of resources to help them do so."
Y Soft looks to sustain growth, sets sights on Australia and NZ
“Y Soft’s growth in ANZ has been strong and we are looking to sustain that growth over the next 12 months."
IDC report: Industry 3D printing revenue to skyrocket to $35 billion by 2020
New statistics from IDC show that the global 3D printing market will exceed $35 billion by 2020, double the $15.9 billion forecast for 2016.
Researchers report cyber security risks in 3D printing
Provided the printer is connected to the Internet, hackers can make their way in and introduce internal defects as the component is being printed.
Why businesses need to start investing in 3D printing now
Imagine a world where you can make anything you want just by pressing ‘print’ - the technology is already here and readily available.
NorthTec student and Northland Inc bringing commercial 3D printing to life
Northland businesses will benefit from high-tech, commercial 3D printing thanks to an entrepreneurial NorthTec student and Northland Inc.
HP’s new Jet Fusion 3D Printers change the conversation
The largest new vendor to enter the 3D printer market, does HP have what you need?
HP completes world first with 3D printing technology
“The new HP Jet Fusion 3D Printing Solution delivers a combination of speed, quality, and cost never seen in the industry."
‘Dramatic shift’ expected in 3D printing market
"Companies have been left vulnerable to attack from newer enterprise-focused vendors, such as HP, which are just starting to enter the market."
Aussie world-first for 3D printing industry
A recent release by a Sydney-based manufacturer of PVC stabilisers is a ground-breaking invention that will revolutionise the 3D printing industry.
Konica Minolta Australia backs 3D printing with new hire
Konica Minolta Australia is upping its investment into the 3D printing market and looking to expand this rapidly-growing business in the region.
New invention turns miaows into speech
That’s right cat lovers. You soon will be able to have actual conversations with your cat.
Worlds collide: Design lecturer uses 3D tech to bring history to life
“The technologies that went into making the pieces in 1917 and the technologies that go into re-making them today could not be further apart.”
Robotics, broadband, 3D printing: NZPI looks at how tech is changing our cities
“Tech offers opportunities for all of NZ and has the ability to transform and disrupt both traditional sectors and create new industries."
What 3D printing means for your supply chain
A broader understanding of 3D printing’s value to the supply chain is increasing investment plans across industries worldwide.
Konica Minolta brings 3D printing to Australian businesses
“With the demand for, and interest in, 3D printing exploding at the moment, Konica Minolta expects to see strong growth over the coming year."
3D printing expansion unveils growth opportunities for superior materials
“Product innovation and differentiation will go a long way in enhancing the use of 3D printing."