Technology 3D printing technology breakthrough involving RMIT wins international award

3D printing technology breakthrough involving RMIT wins international award

Melbourne-based startup company Effusion, working closely with a multidisciplinary team at RMIT University, has won the 2015 Bosch Venture Forum Award for their 3D printing technology breakthrough.

The aim of the project was to develop a new application of the 3D printing technology in advanced manufacturing. Applying kinetic manufacturing technology to the process allows 3D printing using metals to be produced at a faster rate than most existing 3D printing techniques.

The project was funded by the Victorian Department of State Development, Business and Innovation, and Effusion will work closely with Bosch to commercialise the new technology as a result of winning the award.

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