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New Advanced Manufacturing Centre Opens in Australia

The Grand Opening of 3D Central Advanced Manufacturing Centre, Australia's premier commercial 3D printing production facility, was a huge success and well received by all in attendance. Objective3D's headquaters and the new home of RedEye Australasia, the facility was officially opened by The Hon. Bob Baldwin, Parliamentary Secretary to Industry.
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Jeff Hanson and Randy Jumbeck,
RedEye USA
Over 200 guests were treated to insights in 3D printing across the global market by Jeff Hanson, Director of Global Network for RedEye, the Additive Manufacturing branch of Stratasys (Pictured).
The event helped to not only showcase this premier Additive Manufacturing facility, but also many of the applications and opportunities for 3D Printing innovation across a broad range of industries.
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mining applications
With representatives from dental, fashion, mining, transport, entertainment, automotive, jewellery, medical and education, 3D Printing professionals and enthusiasts were able to speak directly to other industry leaders about how they can also utilise 3D printing to their benefit.
Highlighting the capabilities of RedEye Australasia, Objective3D's own 3D printing production facility, which includes technologies such as  Fused Deposition Modelling (FDM), PolyJet, Selective Laser Sintering as well as services such as part finishing, sanding, vapour smoothing and painting. This allows visitors to gain a valuable insight into this state of the art advanced manufacturing centre.
To arrange a visit, please contact Objective3D on (03) 9785 2333.


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