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Review – AONIQ 888

30th, August 2017

AONIQ 888 This is an inexpensive industrial machine or an expensive hobbyist machine depending on how you plan to use it. This is a good machine for serious makers that want reduce the amount of failed prints. We were provided the prototype to test and had good results. We encountered some minor issues and had […]

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Review – CEL Robox

14th, June 2017

CEL Robox The least expensive printer that we have assessed as suitable for school use. However, that does not mean that you will never encounter problems or that you should run this machine 8 hours a day 5 days a week or more. It isn’t an industrial machine but it is an extremely good hobbyist […]

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3d printing display wins best display at Royal Canberra Show

26th, February 2017

  A3DMA and Aussie 3D put on a 3d printing display at the Canberra Show.  We won best display for the Leisure and Lifestyle Category. There is a huge amount of interest in 3d printing in the community.  Congratulations to the team that worked over the three days to make it such a success. Please […]

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How 3D printing can help remote communities

28th, October 2016

Check out this informative article on how 3D printing can revolutionise remote communities. https://www.theguardian.com/sustainable-business/2016/oct/06/3d-printing-and-how-it-can-revolutionise-australias-remote-communities?utm_source=sendicate&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=2016-10-09+Weekly+News+Digest  

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