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E-Bisprint keeping you informed Summer Issue 2013 14 The next Dimension 3D printing P3 Grand Opening E-Bis QLD office P4 The Gentleman Warrior P4 DIFFERENT THINGS If you are doing something you like you will likely do it with passion. This goes for all of us I believe and has been clearly visible in Caroline s work in the publishing of books. The thought of book publishing doesn t always come top of mind when thinking of E-Bisprint s Managed Services and our we can do it all reputation but our expertise in book publishing has been a stand out performance for Caroline and the team at E-Bisprint. Caroline project managed a publication called In the Driver s Seat by Andrew Petering a guide book on understanding private equity for business owners and executives. This A5 size 140 page book required close coordination between the author subeditor our creative team photographer and production staff to ensure the publication looked sharp and had a distinct feel. In addition to the printed version an eBook was created with a registration signup to capture the reader s details and provide an electronic version for all those online readers out there. EBisprint is into a lot of PROFILE ON CAROLINE CONWAY EBISPRINT ACCOUNT MANAGER... Dear Caroline thanks for all the enthusiasm and support I m really happy with the end result. What a great team. Andrew Petering Managing Director at Wolseley Private Equity. Caroline said What s rewarding is the flow on effect of producing a quality publication. And how a publication such as In the Driver s Seat can create such interest that other authors are now contacting us for their guidance and project management of their publications. The latest book in our production lineup is called Semper Fidelis by Sandra Gorter a story covering 50 years of adventures surrounding a famous timber yacht. Copies of Semper Fidelis will be available at selected outlets in early 2014. As book publishing is viewed by many as being a job for large specialised book publishing companies it s great to know that if you have an inkling to write a book and have it published in print or as an online version EBisprint can provide all the capabilities and services you need. FREE CHRISTMAS PUDDING E-Bisprint is giving you a The festive season is a time of giving and a time for sharing with family and friends. That s why we re choosing to reward all our clients who place an order in excess of 500 with us before 13th December will receive a free Christmas pudding. It s just a little Thank you to our clients who have made this year such a great one so from all of us Merry Christmas PS From our taste testing review they get www.ebisprint.com National Sales 1300 300 784 Head Office 02 4352 7777 THE NEXT DIMENSION From healthcare to architecture food production to clothing manufacturing 3D printing is speeding up the process of taking vision to reality. And the price is now within reach of more businesses. Report Caitlin Fitzsimmons BRW Magazine May 9-15 2013. New vision... Bruce Grey Advanced Manufacturing CRC A man smashes his hip in a horrific car crash and is taken to hospital where his body is scanned. By the time his condition has stabilised a 3D printer has created a new hip joint precisely customised for him as an individual and ready to implant. This is not science fiction but technology that is being used right now. In all fields from healthcare to architecture food production to clothing manufacturing 3D printing is further advanced than many realize. Meanwhile the cost of 3D printers has plummeted making the technology within reach for most businesses. There is a huge opportunity right now for entrepreneurs and nimble businesses to innovate with 3D printing and disrupt the status quo. Homebased innovators Rapid Concepts owner Trevor Stott an importer of 3D printers estimates the installed base in Australia is in the hundreds but he expects that to increase. The machines are rapidly becoming more affordable due to open patents and the manufacturing shifting to China. Cost is coming down a hell of a lot Stott says. When we started in the business 12 years ago your basic machine would cost 110 000. That would now be 40 000 or 50 000 for the same sort of machine but there are also now desktop machines for a few thousand dollars for the home market. The consumer level machines have been around for about two years and while they are not quite as accurate as the industrialgrade machines of today they are on par with the 3D printers of a decade ago at a fraction of the cost. Stott says that even the 50 000 machines can be used for a home based business because they are small enough to be wheeled into the house. The smallest ones are about the size of a washing machine. Once you give home inventors the chance to innovate at home it s like we saw with the internet it s an explosion of capability that goes exponentially faster than anyone could have anticipated. Tim Senden Australian National University www.ebisprint.com National Sales 1300 300 784 Head Office 02 4352 7777 Australian National University professor in applied mathematics Tim Senden says outside of universities the homebased market is one of the most exciting areas for innovation. Once you give home inventors the chance to innovate at home it s like we saw with the internet it s an explosion of capability that goes exponentially faster than anyone could have anticipated Senden says. People can find little niches and clever little ways of solving problems that just standard industry couldn t have done alone so having crowd sourced innovation is a very important part of 3D printing technology. Architectural benefits Stott says one of the biggest areas of growth for his company is the architecture market. Previously architecture 3D modelling software was not compatible with 3D printing but this has changed. The other shift that Stott has noticed is a rise in younger architects with influence over the IT purchasing decisions of their firms. Architecture is a classic example of a field that is benefiting from 3D your modelling on the screen and then you might print the final concept model just to see how it works aesthetically. We re basically three dimensional beings and when you project something on the screen you re relying on your perception of 3D but actually touching it seeing it standing around it makes a really big difference. Similarly in pure research physical 3D models can make a big difference. He says medical students often refer to anatomical models created by 3D printing and palaeontologists to replicas of old bones or fossils. Manufacturing ideas The biggest shift that is happening with the commercial use of 3D printing is in Manufacturing where it is typically called additive manufacturing. The research has moved rapidly with the US focusing on polymer or plasticbased printing and Europe on additive manufacturing using metal. The managing director for the Advanced Manufacturing Cooperative Research Centre based at Swinburne University in Melbourne Bruce Grey says the technology is moving from the realm of printing prototypes to being used as an actual production technique. It s starting to be seen in mainstream manufacturing particularly in the northern hemisphere Grey says. His CRC is working with companies such as Micro Turbo which makes parts for the aerospace industry using 3D printing techniques. In commercial aircraft it is typically noncritical elements like plastic trim but Grey says some of the military aircraft designers are more adventurous. ANU s Senden says bespoke or boutique manufacturing is another area of growth with companies like I Materialise leading the way. Consumers or homebased industries can upload designs for anything from jewellery to home furnishings and I Materialise willprint it out with a choice of materials. Senden also predicts printing food as a massproduction technique is only a couple of years away. In the immediate future I think we ll see printed food. We already have printed chocolate but once textured vegetable protein is available to work with I think we ll see production line stuff. But the biggest opportunity for manufacturers Senden says is the fusion between 3D printing and robotics. Manufacturing clothing usually requires different materials and colours for different parts of the garment and trim. Similarly you would not be likely to print a house in its entirety but rather to print components into a scaffold or for robots to assemble. Medicinal purposes Grey says printing orthopaedic implants such as hip replacements is already happening while in the longer term it could be possible to print tissue and organs. It s had early takeup in orthopaedic implants mainly because of the advantages it offers in that field he says. One desire with orthopaedic implants is what s referred to as patientspecific implants so a patient will have a scan and the implant will be made according to that scan so it s an exact replica of the bone that s been replaced. Two main materials are used titanium metal and cobalt chrome but either way Grey says that using it in powder form as a printing material is just as strong and effective as traditional precision grinding. The other advantage is that 3D printers can create a scaffoldtype structure to reduce weight and researchers are conducting preclinical research encouraging bone or tissue growth into the scaffold. Market growth Gartner predicts the commercial market for 3D print applications will continue expanding into architectural engineering geospatial and medical uses as well as shortrun manufacturing. It says 3D printers are now priced so any size business can invest in them and start experimenting. Businesses that wait until 2016 will be able to buy an enterpriseclass Machine for under 2000 but early adopters could experiment with minimal risk and possibly gain an advantage in product design and time to market or simply develop better understanding of the costs and time involved. Gartner argues they are set to lower the cost of entry into manufacturing in the same way that ecommerce did for the sale of goods and services. Gartner research director Pete Basiliere says 3D printing is more advanced than people realise. The hype leads many people to think the technology is some years away when it is available now and is affordable to most enterprises he says. Story is courtesy of Peter Lindeman Syndication Account Manager at Fairfax Media. Extract from May edition BRW 2013. Feature photo Josh Robenstone What is 3D printing Three-dimensional printing is a process where a machine builds a real-life 3D model from a digital file. The materials such as metal plastic ceramics or new ultra-light or ultra-conductive materials are in powder form. Instead of laying ink on to paper or another surface the machine lays the powder onto itself. It is called additive manufacturing because it builds something from raw materials traditional manufacturing techniques rely on subtractive techniques such as cutting and drilling. www.ebisprint.com National Sales 1300 300 784 Head Office 02 4352 7777 HIMAA Annual Conference 2013 Health Information Management Association of Australia Once again EBisprint attended the HIMAA conference in Adelaide. The aim of this year s conference was to explore the role of health information management. 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John Zeller A Gentleman Warrior As I think back John says I still clearly remember pioneering Telemedicine and selling the first Teleradiology systems in Australia which led to thousands of Xray and grey scale micrographics for archiving and diagnostic retrieval. A practice that s still being used today. Another achievement was our Image Silo . A name we gave to our archiving records system that allows access from anywhere in Australia. A familiar idea that sounds very much like our modern eHealth system being implemented today. E-Bisprint Opens Brisbane Office EBisprint has been a buzz of late surrounding the opening of our Queensland Office with the launch of ZOOL our new online quotation system and Christmas celebrations just around the corner. So it was only fitting that we coincide this excitement by launching an event. The Sofitel Brisbane Central is the venue of choice that will be hosting the event with a festive theme on the 6th December 2013. John s story starts back in his Army days as this young 18 year old who set out and served for Australia in Singapore Malay Peninsula Borneo and Vietnam before returning home and settling down into a more conventional way of life. As John found his common ground back home he set his sights on his business career by joining Datacard where he met Paul Freeman a young ambitious friend. With a common drive for business success both Paul and John went into separate businesses that would later lead to working back together some 38 years on. John s business interest started by opening a records imaging company called Intercept Information Solutions converting archival records to microfilm microfiche and digital scanning. His business success stretched twenty five years before eventually selling the business to Grace Records and retiring or temporally retiring as John puts it. John s energy didn t entertain retirement. This was clear when he told me of his involvement in joining the SES in the Operations and Communications Division. Just to keep busy as John puts it. So next time a tree falls it could be me who attends the scene. John kept intouch with Paul over the years until Paul offered John the opportunity to work with him at EBisprint in an investigative business development role. John said An opportunity to get back on the road promoting EBisprint with their Managed Services was just too tempting. John took up the offer and immediately saw opportunities with EBisprint s doitall approach. Now after three years with EBisprint I m continuing to see huge potential for growth in a company that I m proud to support. E-Bisprint wish December 2013 on Tuesday 24th close at midday uary 2014. 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