3Degrees Discussions #22 - Alex Kingsbury - Additive Manufacturing Industry Fellow at RMIT
Alex Kingsbury's career in additive manufacturing (AM) spans both industry and R&D specializing in bringing new technologies to market. She has successfully co-created solutions and partnerships in the sectors of: aerospace, defense, biomedical, and resources. Alex is currently an Additive Manufacturing Industry Fellow at RMIT University working to enhance links between industry and the university. These links extend across research, and teaching and learning functions at the university. Prior to this role she worked as a consultant to industry, specializing in metal AM. Alex holds a Bachelor of Engineering with a major in metals processing, and is currently a PhD candidate at RMIT University. https://www.linkedin.com/in/alexbkingsbury/
Alex Kingsbury spoke to Engineering Heroes about the Australian manufacturing industry. She discusses that the industry is going through a transformation and asks the real question - what kind of manufacturing should Australia be doing? Australia needs to be able to compete on value, not on cost. If you could sum up where the future of manufacturing is for Australia, it will be in the creation of that high value, niche, product. This is a podcast about the engineering challenges that are facing today’s society. These are our Engineering Heroes. A podcast from Engineers Australia. Your hosts are Melanie and Dominic De GioiaSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this episode, Alex talks about her journey from student to ambassador. She shares her thoughts on additive industries, across Australia and a piece of advice for the young engineers who want to enter the industry. You can find about Women in 3D printing from the following Link: https://womenin3dprinting.com/ Follow Alex On; LinkedIn: Alex Kingsbury Twitter : @AdditiveAlex See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.