3D printed bling!
Here at our titanium 3D printing facility Lab 22, we print all sorts of things. From biomedical devices like this sleep apnoea mouth […]
Banking on a good night’s sleep
From remote-controlled mattresses to oral sprays and anti-snoring rings to wear on your finger at night, ‘sleep’ is big […]
Putting snoring to bed, for good
UPDATE: Oventus have successfully completed clinical trials on the sleep apnoea mouthguard. The device is now available through clinicians in […]
Delivery day for this 3D printed bike
Today we joined designer Sam Froud at his studio to chat about the highly anticipated delivery of his new bike. […]
3D printing pedals into the next big cycle
By Angela Beggs In a move that will make biking enthusiasts jump out of their Lycra in sheer delight, we’ve […]
Holly gets her mane wish this Christmas
Santa and his helpers have found their way to a little white pony named Holly. You may remember our fancy […]
RMIT students take on the Titanium Challenge
It’s been a big year for RMIT students, winning two of the three prizes on offer at CSIRO’s annual Titanium […]
It’s like 3D printing your own Jimmy Choo – for horses!
Scientists have channelled their inner shoe designer for this latest project – and just in time for Spring Racing Carnival.
Can 3D printing rebuild manufacturing in Australia?
By John Barnes, Titanium Technologies Leader It’s not easy being a small business in the current manufacturing environment. The face of manufacturing […]
A pen that fits like a glove
By Tracey Nicholls 3D printing is rarely out of the news these days and its potential for new personalised products […]
Science meets art at StellrScope
These beautiful artworks were created by Eleanor Gates-Stuart, CSIRO Science Art Fellow. She created them for StellrScope, her Centenary of […]