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TERRY WOHLERS:

3D PRINTING INDUSTRY LEADER Terry Wohlers is principal consultant and president of Wohlers Associates, Inc., an independent consulting firm he founded nearly 28 years ago. Through this company, Wohlers has provided consulting assistance to more than 240 organizations in 24 countries, including America Makes, Airbus, NASA, and many of the largest and most respected organizations in the world. He has authored nearly 400 books, articles, and technical papers and has given 110 keynote presentations on five continents. Wohlers has appeared on many television and radio news programs, including NPR, CBS Radio News, Bloomberg TV, CNBC, MSNBC, Fox Business, Australia’s Sky News, and China’s CCTV. He is a principal author of the Wohlers Report, the undisputed industry leading study on additive manufacturing and 3D printing for 19 consecutive years. In 2007, more than 1,000 industry professionals from around the world selected Wohlers as the #1 most influential person in rapid product development and additive manufacturing.

“3D Printing is not just a substitute technology – it changes what is possible”

“Designing for 3D Printing with metal challenges conventional design practice”

Jennifer Loy, Griffith University

Sara Eastwood, QMI

3D PRINTING, SCANNING AND SOFTWARE Join us for an exciting day of informative seminars, hands-on demonstrations and innovative design ideas. Find out from the worldwide leading industry specialist – Terry Wohlers – the impact of 3D Printing around the world and the opportunities for designers, manufacturers and creatives.

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SEMINARS AND DEMONSTRATIONS @ THE EDGE BRISBANE 11 JULY, 2014

DESIGN AND MANUFACTURING

3D PRINTING

FOR THE CREATIVE INDUSTRIES

Visit: www.qmisolutions.com.au/events to register online. For any enquiries regarding registration please use: events@qmisolutions.com.au Full day event including morning tea, lunch, drinks and refreshments at networking session. Registration $35 For any enquiries regarding program please contact Dr. Jennifer Loy at email: j.loy@griffith.edu.au

Image Credits Main Cover Photo: Sam Canning Back Cover Photo: Iris Van Herpen All other products are Griffith University Student Works Photos by: HAFOTO

ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING

AT THE EDGE, STANLEY PLACE, BRISBANE QLD, 4101

DESIGNERS AND ENTREPRENEURS, MAKERS AND MANUFACTURERS, ARTISTS AND ARTISANS


FORUM PROGRAM Registration for the day includes the forum seminars, exhibition, interactive demonstrations and catering

3D Printing and the Creative Industries Morning Program The Edge, Stanley Place, Brisbane QLD, 4101

9.30am – 9.50am

Registration (Tea and Coffee on arrival)

Keynote Speaker 10.00am – 10.50am

Presented by Dr Terry Wohlers; Wohlers Associates World Leading Industry Advisor in 3D Printing Designing to Maximise Polymer 3D Printing

10.55am – 11.25am

Presented by Dr Jennifer Loy; Griffith University Program Leader Industrial Design & 3D Design Digital Media

11.25am – 11.40am

(Refreshments provided) 3D Computer Modelling for 3D Printing

11.45am – 12.15pm

Presented by Sam Canning: Griffith University Convenor 3D CAD 3D Design Digital Media Designing to Maximise Metal 3D Printing

12.20am – 12.50pm

Lunch and networking 12.50 – 1.30 AFTERNOON PROJECT WORKSHOPS AND DEMONSTRATIONS

Presented by Dr Sara Eastwood Senior Research Specialist QMI Solutions (Catering provided) Afternoon Program The Edge, Stanley Place, Brisbane QLD, 4101 The Potential of 3D Printing for Artists

1.30pm – 2.00pm

Presented by Stelarc: Curtin University Distinguished Research Fellow Designing to Maximise Casting with 3D Printing

2.05pm – 2.35pm

2.40pm – 3.30pm

Exhibition, demonstrations and Networking 3.30pm – 5.00pm

Presented by Daniel Della-Bosca Lecturer Bachelor of Digital Media Demystifying 3D Printing Software: Project Work Explained Presented by Dr Jennifer Loy, Sam Canning, James Novak (Refreshments provided) Exhibition and Interactive demonstrations • 3D Printers in Action

3.30pm – 5.00pm

• Exhibition of 3D Printing • Body Scanning and Topological Laser Scanning • Reverse Engineering (Importing mesh / point cloud data)

Design and Manufacturing, Art and Engineering. 3D Printing Seminars / Demos

Additive Manufacturing (3D Printing) for direct manufacture is the process where additive or successive processes build complex, finished products, not possible using conventional manufacturing methods. It is changing the game for the Creative Industries, providing new directions for designers and artists and new business models for manufacturers and entrepreneurs. Meet international, national and local experts who will share their understanding in a series of informative seminars, technical demonstrations and hands-on activities. See 3D Printing in action, advanced software to manipulate data for 3D CAD modelling and optimise designs for 3D Printing, and the latest in scanning technology.

“When considering the use of additive manufacturing (AM) for production quantities, design is arguably more important than anything else. If it is ignored, you may find it very difficult to build a business case around the use of AM. That’s how vital it is.” Terry Wohlers, Wohlers Associates The seminars will update you on what is happening in 3D Printing around the world, explain designing for 3D Printing and illustrate the opportunities for innovation in the creative industries, from commercial design for manufacturing in metals, polymers and new innovative materials, through to challenging performance art 3D Printing applications with biomaterials.

Designing with 3D Printing: • Hear from world leading experts in 3D Printing on real world examples of innovation. • See 3D Printers and digital fabrication technologies in action. • Get an expert technical overview of the software. • See examples of 3D Printing demonstrating design opportunities. • Hear the potential of 3D Printing for performance art and the range of creative industries, from architecture to fashion. • Experience 3D laser scanning from facial scanners and desktop digitizers to large scale topographical scanners. • Find out how data is imported for reverse engineering and point cloud data for 3D Printing.

What are the Advantages of 3D Printing / Additive Manufacturing? • Geometric complexity • Internal geometry

There will be hands-on demonstrations of 3D Printers, digital scanners and 3D CAD parametric modellers. Your questions will be answered by experts ready to advise you.

• Customised outcomes

If you want to find out how 3D Printing is relevant for you as a designer, manufacturer, artist or creative entrepreneur and want to know how to take 3D Printing in your business your 3D Printing to the next level, this day is for you.

• Evolution of design

• Flexibility

• Translation of scan point cloud data into real objects

3d Printing Event July 11, 2014 -- Brisbane  

3D Printing and the Creative Industries Design and Manufacturing, Art and Engineering. 3D Printing Seminars / Demos

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