3D Printing forum in Adelaide

3D Printing Forum: The Next Industrial Revolution?

The ‘3D Printing Forum: The Next Industrial Revolution?’ at The Science Exchange on the 20th of February 2012 in Adelaide, South Australia will have presentations by industry experts including Ponoko founder and CEO David ten Have on current happenings in the world of 3D printing. It is hosted by the Australian Network for Art and Technology.

The program states that “Speakers from industry, education, research and the creative communities will present on a broad range of topics, from how they are using 3D printers in their work, through to the impact that these technologies are beginning to have on diverse fields including clothes and footwear design, architecture, engineering and construction, automotive, aerospace, and the medical industries. During the break, participants will get a chance to see 3D printers in action.”

Speakers include:

David ten Have (Ponoko)

Dr Genevieve Bell (Intel)

Gavin Artz (ANAT)

Researchers from the University of South Australia

Other speakers to be confirmed.

Attendance is free, but registration is required. If you’re in the area and interested, you can find more information here. There is an afternoon workshop too, although it is apparently full, but if you’re interested its probably worth asking if there are any places available.

Via BlenderNation


David is an industrial designer from New Zealand. He contributes a weekly article on personal fabrication for Ponoko. You can follow him on Twitter @dizymac

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