Just a quick summary and a few impressions from the Advanced Manufacturing Growth Center (AMGC) event
‘Advanced Manufacturing in 2019 and access to capital’ at University of Technology Sydney this Tuesday. Speakers and topics varied a lot and were not all about finance… Credit: Twitter @AnnaParadowsk After the welcoming words by Michael Sharpe, AMGC and Mr. Michael Blumenstein from UTS the about 80 attendees learned from a range of speakers of the NSW State Government about
– The Path to Advanced Manufacturing – Tuesday last week, the 4th of July, the Advanced Manufacturing Growth Centre (AMGC) held a symposium on Advanced Manufacturing. The keynote speaker was Behrang Poorganji, leader of GE’s Additive Materials Development in the USA. Certainly enough reasons to fly up to Sydney.
So here comes a brief summary of the event. The event was hosted by the University of New South Wales (UNSW) in Sydney. With over 180 registrations from industry and
APICAM2017 Last week, the first ‘Asia Pacific International Conference on Additive Manufacturing’ was held in Melbourne, Australia. With three parallel sessions running over three days it was certainly the biggest conference of its kind DownUnder so far. APICAM2017 The conference was organized by Materials Australia and sponsored by CSIRO, RENISHAW, CONFLUX Technology, Monash University, AMAERO Enginnering, Zeiss and many more. The speakers came from around the globe, includi
The 3rd day at SME Rapid started with a keynote of William Warren on 3D Bio-printing.
The essence was that there won’t be any complex organs likes hearts or kidneys be printed very soon.
Though no real MINI-MEs in the near future but a lot hope for skin cancer patients and victims of accidents
as there are developments on tissue engineering. The best presentation I saw on Wednesday was held by Jason Jones from Hybrid Manufacturing Technologies.
I have met Jason through wo