This morning I attended the Melbourne Business Awards Breakfast hosted by the City of Kingston. Guest speaker Alex Kingsbury spoke about how 3D printing is disrupting supply chains and product fabrication processes. She talked about CSIRO’s Lab22 (named after the atomic number of Titanium) offers local businesses with services in training and 3D printing. She also talked about some great case studies of how 3D printing enabled people in different industries to create new products (or refashion existing) and even how it helps save lives. Here’s a short video I created on the morning.
Helen Blunden believes that amazing things happen when people come together to learn while they work. She is passionate about helping people activate life long learning practices that express their knowledge, skills and talents openly in in their own unique ways; and to do so with courage so that they make sense of an ever changing world.