RMIT University’s Advanced Manufacturing Precinct (AMP) facility brings together research, design and advanced manufacturing in one location, providing new opportunities for innovation and product development/prototyping. Digital manufacturing technologies housed at the AMP include high-speed multi-axis machining centers and additive manufacturing technologies that include Selective Laser Melting (SLM) and Fused Deposition Modelling (FDM).
So many acronyms! Let’s translate the headline for you: the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology’s RMIT University’s Advanced Manufacturing Precinct (AMP) is looking to hire a new Technical Coordinator.
Why do we find this posting of interest? Because:
As TC you’ll be able to work directly with interesting 3D printing technologies in a university setting. If you’re in the Melbourne, Australia area you might want to check out the details at the link below.