the Australian 3D Manufacturing Association

The Australian 3D Manufacturing Association (A3DMA) is the not-for-profit body that develops, promotes, builds networks and informs Australians about 3D Manufacturing. Another industrial revolution has begun. Every business will be affected by this technology from fashion to cars. Please join us and become a leader in 3D Manufacturing.

If you are interested in staying informed and networking with others in this exciting field, become a member and be part of building this sector.

We inform and connect Australians about 3D Manufacturing and how to benefit from the opportunities presented.

We work with our partners to deliver projects of mutual benefit that deliver positive stories around 3D Manufacturing.


22nd, July 2016
Apprentice’s 3D-printed design saves sugar company thousands of dollars

http://www.abc.net.au/news/2016-07-15/apprentice-3d-printed-design-saves-sugar-processor-thousands/7632952 A 3D-printed, claw-like device is saving the owners of a sugar processing plant more than $10,000 per year. It was designed by 27-year-old Daniel Marks, who was working as an apprentice draftsman with Sunshine Sugar in northern New South Wales.

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22nd, July 2016
World’s first 3D printing restaurant to open in London

http://www.ibtimes.co.uk/worlds-first-3d-printing-restaurant-open-london-three-days-only-1570471 The next food revolution is coming and its starting in Shoreditch. London is set to get the world’s first 3D printing restaurant when Food Ink opens at the end of July.

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