Articles sourced from around the globe to give you ideas on how you can use the latest in 3D Technology right here in Australia from the Engineers at Wysiwyg 3D
The restrictions from COVID-19 have made remote access to sites vital to maintaining operations and project schedules. Many clients are relying on 3D laser scanning and drone technology to capture data from their sites and access it remotely.
HANNAH transforms wood considered as waste into this 3D-printed cabin
Apple scanned hundreds of ears to create the perfect AirPods
Shenandoah students recreating Constitutional Convention through virtual reality
3D SIERRA LEONE PROVIDES PROSTHESES TO AMPUTEES WITH SUPPORT FROM SHINING 3D
Case study: Use of BIM at MMU’s new School of Arts and Humanities
Illinois boy who lost parts from all 4 limbs gets ‘Star Wars’-themed multi-grip bionic ‘Hero Arm’
National Geographic Unveils Historic Find With Excavation of Ancient Egypt’s First Fully Intact Funeral Home
History in 3D: new images bring museum exhibits to life … in your own home
The Sickest Photos Of Rocket Bunny Wide Body Pickup Trucks
Get A Tour Of A Halifax Museum Or Gallery From The Comfort Of Home
Australian Researchers Compare Nose Bolus Made with Traditional Wax Method and 3D Printing – The team could have simplified this workflow even further if they had of used 3D Scanning!
Want to learn more about 3D Scanning and 3D Printing here in Australia, Contact the Wysiwyg 3D Pty Ltd team.