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Episode 038 – The RMA Amendment Bill

Welcome to Episode 38! Today we talk about the much debated Resource Management (Enabling Housing Supply and Other Matters) Amendment Bill, and its potential...

Going small with 3D printing

The scale of sizes that 3D printing machines can handle is impressive, from huge wind turbine blades to parts that are small, such as...

Theory of Architecture | #20 – Nikos Salingaros

Dr Nikos Salingaros is a mathematician and polymath known for his work on urban theory, architectural theory, complexity theory, biophilic design, and design philosophy. source

3D printing proves its value as manufacturing evolves

Recently, the World Economic Forum, in collaboration with ETH Zurich and Fraunhofer IGCV, IPT and IAPT, released a report on the current state of...

How additive “takes the handcuffs off design” in aerospace applications

As additive technology gains importance in aerospace innovation, it offers compelling opportunities to revolutionize critical elements of the aerospace workflow. From design to certification...

Episode 037 – Julie Stout – 2021 NZIA Gold Medalist

Welcome to Episode 37! After a long break we're back, and in this episode the whole crew of Tash, Arch, Jeremy and Mat talk...

What’s next for additive software

Additive hardware continues to improve in productivity, accuracy, and in ease of use. Now, the focus is on software to improve additive functions and...

3D printing: the “duct tape” for the supply chain?

As AM becomes more accepted as part of a manufacturing supply chain, it is altering the way engineers work and develop products. We recently...