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SprayVIS, the Virtual Spray-Painting Training Simulator by Tradiebot

Media Release 12 November 2019 After 18 months of research and development Tradiebot is thrilled to announce the launch of SprayVIS. The Virtual Reality spray-painting training simulator and software was fully developed and manufactured in Australia, targeting the next generation of tradies honing their skills within the comfort of a classroom, training centre or exhibition. […]

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Power of 3-D Printed Parts

You may have seen it yourself. A car comes into the shop with only minor parts of the headlight damaged. Most commonly, the parts are lugs or brackets attaching the headlight to the car body. If the broken pieces are still available, small damages are repaired using a method like two part bonding agents or plastic […]

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Automotive Innovation Hub features in Manufacturers’ Monthly

The Motor Trade Association of South Australia, in partnership with technology partner Tradiebot Industries, have launched the Automotive Innovation Hub in South Australia. The hub will deliver Industry 4.0 automotive skills in training programs and provide a sandbox for the demonstration of R&D innovation in the service and repair sector. Read the full article here.

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TCT Magazine Features Tradiebots New 3D Printing Material

Laura Griffiths talks about the world-first development of 3D print material that will be used in the automotive collision repair industry to 3D print replacement plastic bumper bar tabs and headlight lug. “The new 3D printing material and the mobile app development marks a significant step towards the utilisation of new digital tools, 3D printing […]

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New 3D printing material and AR app to enable automotive collision repairs

Media Release Date: 24th July 2019 Swinburne University of Technology started testing its newly formulated 3D printing polypropylene-based material this week. The world-first development is a collaboration with industry partner Tradiebot Industries and with co-investment from the Innovative Manufacturing CRC (IMCRC), the material will be used in the automotive collision repair industry to 3D print […]