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LX Innovations offer electronics product development advice
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05/11/09 - LX Innovations believe that prototypes & rapid prototypes are an invaluable tool for securing electronics product development funding, investment, pre-sales orders, and government grants.
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23/10/09 - Arrk Australia and New Zealand now supply SLS prototypes with a permanent surface colouring in a range of colours including silver, black, charcoal, red, burgundy, blue, dark blue, yellow and tan.
RapidPro brings rapid prototyping to life
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21/10/09 - RapidPro recently worked with Megafun and Krome Studios to build the characters for their “TY the Tasmanian Tiger zoetrope”, currently on display at Australian Centre for the Moving Image.
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20/10/09 - Whiter whites, richer colors and improved strength are increasing demand for 3D models printed using Z Corporation’s new zp150 build material.
Direct Digital Manufacturing (DDM) for rapid prototyping
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02/09/09 - SMR Automotive Australia (formerly Visiocorp) used Arrk Australia and New Zealand's Direct Digital Manufacturing (DDM) to expedite the manufacture of 350 units of prototype components.
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14/08/09 - Manufacturer of advanced metal detectors, Minelab Electronics, was looking to extend the capabilities of the F3 Mine Detector to better meet its customer specific applications.
Roland DG Australia welcomed the members of Team ACP
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06/08/09 - Roland DG has announced today the company's support for "ECOCAMP in Australia 2009", a major public service campaign and automotive tour across Australia.
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31/07/09 - Graphic communication is taken to the next level as colour models communicate more information than any other type of rapid prototype.
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30/07/09 - Rapid Pro offer a complete range of machine processes.
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10/07/09 - At last month’s 2009 AusMedtech Conference held in Sydney, design for manufacture emerged as a critical part of the DNA of successful Australian medical technology companies.
Value-Up Upgrade for MDX-40
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09/07/09 - Roland DG has announced a Value-Up update for the popular MDX-40 desktop subtractive rapid prototyping machine.
New Roland MDX-40A Desktop Subtractive Rapid Prototyping Machine
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17/06/09 - Roland DG Corporation is proud to announce the release of the company’s newest 3D desktop milling machine, the MODELA MDX-40A.

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