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Byron Kennedy to Speak at National Manufacturing Week


Byron Kennedy, CEO of SPEE3D, will be speaking in an Australian Manufacturing Forum Panel Discussion during National Manufacturing Week. The event that aims to bring the manufacturing community together to inspire, innovate and connect is being held at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre this year. The discussion panel will be located in the Industry…

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Additive Manufacturing for Maritime


The CTO of SPEE3D, Steve Camilleri will be representing SPEE3D in a rapidly approaching live webinar taking place on Tuesday the 30th of April 2019 at 12AM(AEST). The webinar is part of an ongoing series presented by 3dpbm which looks at additive manufacturing in different industries. This installment focuses on exploring business opportunities for additive…

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SPEE3D Featured in Metal AM Magazine

LightSPEE3D angle

SPEE3D has been featured in an article published inside Metal AM magazine (Vol.5, No.1, Spring 2019). The article written by Alex Kingsbury discusses Australia’s history in relation to manufacturing and the current activities of several Australian companies involved in additive manufacturing including SPEE3D . To read the article on the Metal AM website click here…

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Ever Wondered How to Transport a Machine Over 3 Tonne?

WarpSPEE3D front view - 1920x1440

Ever wondered how to transport a machine weighing over 3 tonne? With the new machine produced by SPEE3D getting ready to be dispatched, lies a transportation challenge; How does a company transport a mammoth of a machine like WarpSPEE3D overseas? The approach taken was to disassemble several parts of the printer to allow it to…

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3rd Additive Manufacturing Forum Conclusion


SPEE3D attended the 3rd Additive Manufacturing Forum which was held on the 14th and 15th of March 2019 in the Estrel Congress & Messe Center, Berlin. The forum’s aim is to share experiences with new processes, potentials and challenges of additive manufacturing. More than 800 participants and 90 sponsors and exhibitors attended the leading European conference…

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SPEE3D is in the house! – FIT AG


SPEE3D has been featured in a news post by a recent customer, FIT Additive Manufacturing Group. FIT wrote the following about LightSPEE3D;“It has the potential to revolutionize the manufacturing of aluminum, copper, and composite parts.” – FIT Additive Manufacturing Group (2019) For the full article visit on their website visit:FIT Additive Manufacturing Group (2019). SPEE3D…

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Design Engineering & Manufacturing Solutions Expo 2019


SPEE3D recently showcased their work at the Design Engineering & Manufacturing Solutions Expo (DMS) in Japan (February 2019). The exhibition focuses on giving visitors an opportunity to see different kinds of innovative manufacturing solutions from all over the world for the manufacturing industry. It was a successful event with many people visiting the booth.The SPEE3D…

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SPEE3D Featured in NT Business News

SPEE3D Features in the NT Business News

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…

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SPEE3D Prints Gift to Japan PM

SPEE3D prints gift for Japan Prime Minister

In a historic moment, Shinzo Abe became the first Japanese leader to visit Darwin, Australia, since it was bombed by Japan during World War Two. On Friday 16 November – Mrs Akie Abe, the wife of Japan’s Prime Minister Shinzō Abe, visited Darwin Memorial Uniting Church to see the Fujita Peace displays. It was a…

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Byron Kennedy interview with AuManufacturing

SPEE3D-Byron Kennedy interview AU Manufacturing

AuManufacturing’s first featured member is Byron Kennedy of SPEE3D, who shares some thoughts about bringing new manufacturing technology to market in Australia. His company specialises in a novel method of additively manufacturing parts through “supersonic 3D deposition”, with metal powders fired precisely and at triple the speed of sound onto a surface. What is your…

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