They’re keen on high-tech toys at Swinburne University, taking delivery of a new HP 3D printer, which gives it the equivalent capacity of “professional prototyping labs.” Last month Siemens gifted the university $135m in software that simulates manufacturing process for teaching and research CMM August 15). The HP printer looks like another win for DVC R Aleksandar Subic’s 4th plan to position Swinburne’s graduates as fourth industrial revolution ready.
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