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New 3D Printing (PP) Composite for Auto Parts

What a great way to kick off the new year as Tradiebot start trials on a new PP (Polypropylene) composite filament specially developed for 3D printing auto parts and direct 3D printing repairs on plastic components. Credit to our research team behind the exciting development.  In the last 18 months our lead materials scientists, Dr Mostafa Nikzad at Swinburne University of Technology, has developed the specialised formula that meets the process and performance characteristics for an automotive application. This exciting new additive manufacturing advancement will allow repair and bespoke production of a range of plastic automotive parts and is a vital part of our IMCRC sponsored RepairBot Project lead by Dr Mats Isaksson. Tradiebot COO Jason Miller said it’s a great achievement and a good example of the exciting developments we’ll be making progress on at Tradiebot this year.

Jason Miller appointed Chief Operating Officer of Tradiebot

Tradiebot Industries announces the appointment of Jason Miller as Chief Operating Officer, assigned to drive the company’s developments of Industry 4.0 technology solutions and the businesses operational development. Mr Miller combines a background in business and advanced technology development with over 20 years’ experience in the automotive sector including senior roles at Futuris Automotive, Clutch Industries and Delphi Automotive Systems, and more recently with Swinburne University of Technology in business development and research project management, specialising in product development, advanced manufacturing technologies and robotics systems.

Jason’s appointment will add strength to the Tradiebot extended engineering and project development team, now close to 20 strong.

Tradiebot is developing a number of technology solutions that will transform collision repair processes with the use of artificial intelligent systems, automation, unmanned ground services vehicles, and virtual/augmented reality platforms for service technicians and training.

Tradiebot Industries is collaborating with key industry partners PPG, Capital SMART, AMA/Gemini, Belron International, and GE Additive. Current innovation projects with universities including Swinburne University of Technology and the University of NSW, are co-funded by the federal government via the Innovative Manufacturing Collaborative Research Centre (IMCRC) and the Advanced Manufacturing Growth Centre (AMGC). The last 12 months have been instrumental as we establish our position as one of the industries key innovators. 2019 is shaping up to be a massive leap forward, working with our partners involved with testing prototypes, systems development and roll out of a number of innovative solutions.

Tradiebot Appoints Chief Systems Engineer

Tradiebot Industries is proud to announce the appointment of Dr Shilong Liu as our Chief Systems Engineer. Dr Liu will oversee the development of our smart systems. He will lead the team in creating artificial intelligent platforms that will harvest the data needed to manage Tradiebot automated networks and Industry 4.0 solutions. We congratulate and welcome Dr Liu to our team.

AR and VR Demo at Campbeltown TAFE NSW open day

At Campbeltown TAFE NSW open day. Doing some AR and VR demos. Now Vehicle information at the touch of your finger tips. Identifying types of metals for collision repairs and more using Tradiebot Industries augmented reality software.

Introducing Tradiebot to Siemens Team from Germany

Had the pleasure to present Tradiebot Industries at Swinburne University of Technology to the German team from Siemens, Volkmar Döricht and Dominik Rohrmus. An opportunity to promote Aussie innovation and the collaboration between the partners. Special thanks to Bronwyn Fox and Mats Isaksson for organising the event. Daria Cecchini Jason Miller Innovative Manufacturing CRC (IMCRC)

Tradiebot at WFCP 2018

At the WFCP conference in Melbourne with WorldSkills Australia CEO Brett Judd MAICD and Maxine Merle who will represent Australia at the WorldSkills International Championships in Russia next year. A great night with over 500 delegates from around the world focusing on Skills and Training. Tradiebot Industries showcasing some of our vr and ar solutions.