Australian Start-Up, Make For Me, Partners with CSIRO To Create An Online Network Of 3D Printers

by Mitchel Dumlao May 25, 2015

An Australian start-up is developing an online network of 3D print companies, allowing users to upload their 3D files and automatically source the fastest or cheapest 3D printing option.

Privately-funded Canberra-based start-up Made for Me, which is working to develop a network of 3D printers across Australia, has signed a new deal with CSIRO that now means titanium, stainless steel and aluminium 3D printing all become options using CSIRO’s $6m Lab22 facility.

Made for Me said it is the first company to have signed an agreement with CSIRO to make CSIRO’s capabilities available to users throughout Australia.

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