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3DMEDiTech Partners with Victorian Government to create world-class advanced medical manufacturing facility and MedTech Innovation Centre

3DMEDiTech Partners with Victorian Government to create world-class advanced medical manufacturing facility and MedTech Innovation Centre 3DMEDiTech will partner with the Victorian Government to expand its advanced manufacturing capability and establish Australia’s pre-eminent MedTech Innovation Centre in Fisherman’s bend in Victoria. The investment will transform the scale and capability of medical device innovation and manufacturing […]

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Premium Food Group Website Re-Launch

Check out the BRC Group new Premium Goods Group webpage. https://premiumfoodgroup.com.au/ The new website sets out the three Premium Food Group product ranges: Hopkins River Run – products created using authentic old style farm recipes. Using fine Australian produce and made right here in Australia the Hopkins River Run product range is ideal for Hospitality Venues, Contract Caterers, QSR

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A global pioneering saliva swab invented and made in Australia

While the pandemic continues to disrupt the world, one Melbourne company is triumphing, inventing new technologies, creating solutions, jobs and returning manufacturing to Australia. Investment incubator fund, BRC is backing Australian businesses to help future-proof the local economy in the event of another COVID, SARS-2 or the next airborne pathogen outbreak. Full Article

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Are 3D-printed COVID tests the tip of the iceberg for Australian medical device manufacturing?

Australia’s high labour costs have traditionally made it tough for manufacturers to compete on the global stage, but the advent of 3D printers has levelled the playing field giving medical technology specialists new opportunities that would have been out of reach before. Melbourne-based 3DMEDiTech has taken the bull by the horns with this new technology,

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Med-tech future looks healthy

Australia’s medical technology manufacturing industry is forging ahead as new COVID-19 strains and “sovereign need” point the way. Melbourne based BRC Group is reading the signs on the technical-medical manufacturing future, making big investments in the design and manufacture of a range of specialised products. The group owns several medical device businesses, operating them out

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University accelerates the process of 3D printed nasal swabs for COVID-19 testing

The University of Melbourne has brought together industry partners and researchers for the development of an Australian-first; locally manufactured 3D printed nasal swab for coronavirus (COVID-19) testing. 3DMEDiTECH, a partner of the University’s Australian Research Council Training Centre for Medical Implant Technologies (ARC CMIT), has produced the swabs to respond to increased Australian demand for

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3DMEDiTech contracted as only local supplier of swabs to Australian Government National Stockpile

The Australian Government has contracted 3DMEDiTech to supply 10% of Australia’s swab requirements to the National Stockpile The Australian Government has signed a $3.7 million contract with a Melbourne company to supply sterile nasal swab kits to the National Medical Stockpile. 3DMeditech will supply Australian made, 3D printed nasopharyngeal swab kits. The kits will be issued

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