A Visit to A Robotics Micro-factory
- Article by Age of Robotics
It was inspiring to see this young entrepreneur with a passion for Australian manufacturing in robotics and setting up this micro-factory. By harnessing 3D printing technology that allows the printing of complex forms reinforced with continuous carbon fibre filament, Ben was able to set up a business to custom make this very articulate robot.
First general purpose robot to be manufactured in regional Australia
- Press release by Haddington Dynamics
“We have a great belief in the future of direct digital manufacturing and its potential to reform our own manufacturing industry. We see this as the tip of the iceberg in terms of potential. The foresight and generosity of the Business Queensland Business Growth Fund program helped us kickstart this project after pitching our vision for the business.”
- Article by Insiderobotics
Dexter has been designed to bring cost-effective robotic automation to the masses. It is constructed from 3D-printed parts, so that new designs can be rapidly implemented without the retooling costs associated with traditional mass production. But wait there’s more.
Dexter robot arms embraces new manufacturing with first micro-factory
- Article by Hackaday
Simply put, a micro-factory is a recreation of the tools and skills the Haddington Dynamics team have at their current headquarters in Las Vegas. With four production stations in their office, each capable of building two robots at a time, the team can build 30 robots a month.