ANAT’s Makerblog: bringing together creativity and 3D printing

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ANAT (the Australian Network for Art and Technology) has been supporting creative practitioners engaging with science and technology for over 23 years, within Australia and beyond. Our expertise is in designing and delivering educational programs around emerging technologies, in which researchers, creative practitioners, businesses and individuals are brought together to work in cross-disciplinary collaboration.

ANAT has long advocated creative use of 3D printing techniques (see our What is 3D Printing? page to learn more about the actual techniques involved).  From designing and printing objects on our office printers (two MakerBot Thing-O-Matics and an UP!), to delivering public forums, talks and educational workshops – ANAT is continually building its 3D printing expertise.

We are documenting our experiences in this blog.  We will also use it to profile some of the amazing work being done by creative practitioners using these technologies, publish the latest research, and provide general information and resources for anyone with an interest in 3D printing and digital fabrication.

Contact us:  e: [email protected] /ph: +61 (0)8 8231 9037 / PO Box 8029, Station Arcade, Adelaide SA 5000.