SPEE3D has been featured on the front page of a recent edition of the NT Business Review. (20th February 2019)
SPEE3D has provided parts printed by LightSPEE3D, a commercial metal 3D printer, to Defence Australia to meet their military specifications. These parts have been tested by both and has earned the machine a spot in the Australian Military Sales Catalogue.
This is a big achievement for AMA (Advanced Manufacturing Alliance), a partnership between Charles Darwin University and SPEE3D, as the machine is being listed beside other big names in defence.
SPEE3D is gaining momentum on a global scale selling units to clients internationally especially to Germany, United States and Singapore in 2018. With bigger goals in mind for this year, comes a new product launch which sees parts being made up to around a metre from the original print size of 300mm.