QCA industrial design lecturer Dr Sam Canning has created a ventilator from everyday items that could potentially save lives in developing countries.
Queensland College of Art Design graduate Troy Baverstock has won the Design Institute of Australia's national prize for Industrial / Product Design. Troy's diverse range of cutting-edge designs ranged from a 3D printed prosthetic limb to a sleek timber sound system.
Queensland College of Art lecturer Dr Sam Canning is helping design the future - fusing art and engineering to create cutting edge designs. Sam's stunning 3D printed dress was used as the centrepiece of Griffith’s recent Remarkable campaign, and made its debut on the Today Show in the US before hitting catwalks across Europe and Asia.
As 3D printing opens up a new world of opportunities it also brings with it the possibility of many new hazards, according to a leading specialist. Gail Greatorex, Director of Product Safety Solutions in Melbourne, is in Brisbane today to take part in the Beyond 3D Printing event (24 November) presented by Griffith University. She says with […]
Worldwide specialists will converge in Brisbane this week to present the latest trends in 3D printing and to identify how the changing landscape will impact Australian businesses.
Queensland College of Art lecturer and Industrial Design PhD candidate, James Novak, has taken out another award for one of his 3D creations. The Challenge was set by iMaterialise for designers around the world to submit 3D models for their newest material – wood. James’ Hexa-Phone Amplifier was named one of the winners, showcasing the […]
Griffith University will soon embark on an ambitious venture to transform the very nature of Australian manufacturing, as part of the Innovative Manufacturing Cooperative Research Centre.