A large-format SPEE3D metal 3D printer was installed by the Fleet Support Unit (FSU) at HMAS Coonawarra Navy Port, making the Royal Australian Navy the latest Australian Defence service with the capability to print their own metal parts, on … [Read more...] about Royal Australian Navy installs metal 3D printing capability
In a first, a ‘WarpSPEE3D’ 3D metal printer was rapidly deployed and put through its paces by the Australian Army during a field exercise in the Northern Territory this week. The successful trial demonstrated the potential for this cutting-edge metal … [Read more...] about The Australian Army gives metal 3D printer a field trial
The Northern Territory Department of Trade, Business and Innovation has become the first organisation to deploy antimicrobial ACTIVAT3D copper throughout their building to help fight the spread of COVID-19. Tests confirmed ACTIVAT3D copper ‘contact … [Read more...] about 3D printed ACTIVAT3D copper deployed to fight the spread of COVID-19
Australian company SPEE3D is reporting that it has successfully developed and tested a fast and affordable way to 3D print anti-microbial copper onto metal surfaces. Laboratory tests have shown that touch surfaces modified by this process ‘contact … [Read more...] about Could coating surfaces with copper kill the COVID-19 virus?
SPEE3D, a manufacturer of metal-based additive manufacturing technology, will launch its new SPEE3Dcell product at Booth E02 in Hall 12 from November 19 to 22, 2019, at Formnext in Frankfurt. The speed, affordability and flexibility of this additive … [Read more...] about SPEE3D demonstrates a metal 3D printing production cell at Formnext
One of the advantages of attending the RAPID + TCT Show is the opportunity to see new technology in action. One example is Spee3D, an Australian firm that has developed a new way to build metal parts layer by layer. It’s a type of cold fusion, so … [Read more...] about 3D printing metal parts without heat
An innovative and new additive manufacturing approach was shown at the recent RAPID + TCT show in Ft. Worth, TX. This new additive manufacturing technology uses supersonic deposition. Material is shot through a jet engine nozzle at speeds to Mach 3, … [Read more...] about New additive manufacturing technique uses Mach 3 speeds to build parts