Objective3D is Australia and New Zealand’s leading provider of 3D printer and 3D printing (custom manufacturing) solutions through a state-of-the-art Additive Manufacturing Centre. They deliver award winning state-wide and regional customer service and maintenance support, covering a number of market segments - Product Development, Manufacturing, Engineering, Dentistry, Medical and Education. Objective3D is certified ISO 9001 compliant and were awarded the Stratasys Customer Satisfaction and Support Award for the Asia Pacific region in 2013 and 2015.

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Objective3D is Australia and New Zealand’s leading provider of Stratasys and Makerbot 3D Printer Solutions for designers, educators, dental and medical specialists and manufacturers. We are the only Stratasys reseller in Australia and New Zealand that provides both 3D Printer Solutions and 3D Printing Bureau Service all through a state-of-the-art Additive Manufacturing Centre which houses the largest range of Fused Deposition Modelling (FDM) and PolyJet Machines including consumables and spare parts. 

Our 3D printer solutions range from affordable desktop 3D printers to large, advanced 3D production systems, making 3D printing more accessible than ever in the market place. Our manufacturing customers use the Stratasys FDM and Polyjet Technology as well Concept Laser's Direct Metal Laser Sintering System to create models and prototypes for new product design and testing, and to build finished goods in low volume. Educators use the technology to elevate research and learning in science, engineering, design and art. Hobbyists and entrepreneurs use the technology to expand manufacturing into the home — creating gifts, novelties, customized devices and inventions. 
 

With a national footprint, Objective3D delivers award winning state-wide and regional customer service and maintenance support around Australia and New Zealand. The company maintains its headquarters in Carrum Downs in Victoria, Australia through the Objective3D Additive Manufacturing Centre.

This Additive Manufacturing Centre, the largest in Australia and New Zealand, also serves as a fully-fledged Service Bureau - Objective3D Direct Manufacturing, providing total solutions for Rapid Prototyping and Custom Manufacturing. Merged with Rapid Pro and Redeye Australasia backed in early 2014, the bureau service is powered by Stratasys Direct Manufacturing with 16 commercial grade machines providing the widest range of 3D printing technologies; offering over 25 industrial grade materials with 360,000 colours and backed by qualified engineers. With more than 2,000 orders received and over 150,000 parts produced annually, Objective3D Service Bureau is helping companies in diverse industries create extraordinary new products at every phase of the production process including one-off parts, low-run production, and complete assemblies, utilising additive and subtractive prototyping and manufacturing processes.
 
Their business operates in a number of market segments - Product Development, Manufacturing, Engineering, Dentistry, Medical and Education.
 
Objective3D's solution portfolio includes: 3D Printers and Scanners, 3D Printing, Reverse Engineering, Rapid Prototyping, Additive Manufacturing, Direct Digital Manufacturing and 3D Scanning. Objective3D is certified ISO 9001 compliant and were awarded the Stratasys Customer Satisfaction and Support Award for the Asia Pacific region in 2013 and 2015.

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Matt Minio | Director


Vernon Tang | National Marketing Manager
 


 

 

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Problem Summary
Based in Bangor, Northern Ireland, Whale Pumps designs and manufactures a diverse range of pumping and heating systems that include plastic and rubber parts for consumer and industrial applications around the world. The company has a large in-house injection molding operation which requires costly CNC tools. Furthermore, Whale Pumps outsources functional prototype parts from service bureaus often located in China. All factors greatly slow down the R&D process delaying product launch.

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