Join Queens Collective for the first in a series of events designed to explore future technology.
We’re thrilled to launch the first event of Queens Collective’s Future Tech Series with the support of Amaero and RMIT’s Advance Manufacturing Precinct. Queens Collective is Melbourne’s home to world class startups and we’re proud to be passionate in our support of those in pursuit of innovate ideas.
In this first event we will explore 3D printing, from how the technology works to some of the current applications of the technology and some Implications of this tech in the future. With guest speakers Ben Batagol from Amaero famed for the worlds first 3D printed starter jet engine and Milan Brandt head of RMIT’s Additive Manufacturing Precinct - Milan is also our host for this event – the night is sure to be as insightful as it will be captivating.
Pizza and beer will be provided so grab a friend and secure your spot today!
Here’s what the event looks like:
6:00 pm: Networking, drinks and food
6:30 pm: Welcome from the organising team
6:35 pm – 6:55pm: Milan Brandt Talk/presentation
6:55 pm – 7:15 pm: Ben Batagol Talk on Amaero's growth and 3D printing in the Aerospace industry
7:15 pm - 7:20pm: Partner presentation
7.20: Post presentation Q&A
7:30pm - 7:40pm: Site tour available
* Networking and drinks from 7:30 pm
* Doors close 8:30 pm
Where: Building 55, RMIT AMP, 58 Cardigan St, Carlton
Reserve your place HERE
About Milan Brandt
Professor Brandt is a leading Australian researcher in the area of macro processing with lasers and has conducted work in laser cladding, cutting, drilling, welding and assisted machining. His work has resulted in technological achievements, patents, research papers and commercial products with both national and international recognition in both industry and the scientific community.
About Ben Batagol
Ben Batagol has worked in the defence industry for over 12 years. In 2014 he joined Amero Engineering, which was spun out of Monash Universit. Know for its capability in manufacturing complex metallic components Amaero ustilises two techniques – Powder Bed Selective Laser Sintering and Blown Powder Laser Melting.