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Submissions about possible short to medium term changes to the current arrangements for allocating smartnumbers to improve allocative efficiency must be received by...

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ABC Online

Meat products from 3D printer could be the new food for aged care ...
ABC Online
Meat could be used in 3D printing to produce a soft food with specific nutrients and suitable for people who have problems with chewing or swallowing.
Easy-to-chew meat products can be produced with 3D printing - TCT ...TCT Magazine

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Herald Sun

3D-printed hand: Melbourne-designed limb to give patients ...
Herald Sun
A NEW 3D-printed hand designed by Melbourne researchers will give patients an affordable, practical and durable artificial limb powered by their own body.

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Google is finally developing native printing from ChromeOS
Ausdroid
For those who haven't used ChromeOS, or those who have but have never needed to print, printing from Google's Linux-based OS has always been kind of an issue. If you have a Google Cloud Print compatible Printer or a HP printer that works with their ...



3DPrint.com

3D Printing: The Stories We Missed This Week — December 3, 2016
3DPrint.com
On this week's edition of “The Stories We Missed This Week,” we've got a fresh stack of 3D printing industry news from all over the world. For starters, the United Kingdom's Prime Minister and Chancellor of the Exchequer were given a tour of the new ...



Gizmodo Australia

How Real Is The Risk Of 3D Printed Guns In Australia? | Gizmodo ...
Gizmodo Australia
3D printed guns are back in the news after Queensland Police reported last week that they had discovered a 3D printer in a raid on what appeared to be a...

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dailytelegraph.com.au

Screen printing as textile art Duo screen for success
dailytelegraph.com.au
Screen printing is a technique that lets you decorate fabrics with the patterns of your choice by transferring ink through a stencil and framed screen. It is a skill interior designer Marena Von Behr learned at a community college before taking it to a ...



3DPrint.com

Celebrate Global 3D Printing Day 2016 with 3D Hubs
3DPrint.com
3dhubs Last year, 3D Hubs saw their dream become a reality with the first “Global 3D Printing Day” on the 3rd of December (3D, get it?!). There were over 400 events in 2015, with almost 500 participating Hubs in 60 countries. I don't think the ...



Perth Now

WA 3D printer company's shares climb
Perth Now
The company said it had been in discussions with several of Australia's biggest mining and resources companies concerning the supply of 3D metal printers to enable them to print spare parts at their mine sites or in a centralised 3D printing facility ...



Backchannel

Jared Kushner Might Now Be Our Best Hope for World-Class Internet
Backchannel
By shrinking the technology inside hulking, $100,000-plus machines into affordable desktop boxes, MakerBot had kicked off a revolution in 3D printing. With a 3D printer, objects designed in computer software are physically formed, in three dimensions, ...



The Canberra Times

Start up turns stone into paper attracting top printing company ...
The Canberra Times
Japan's biggest printing company is funding a start-up that makes paper out of rock, in a bid to diversify into new materials and as environmental concerns push ...

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