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SPEE3D taking its world leading 3D Metal Printing to Asia

SPEE3D taking its world leading 3D Metal Printing to Asia

A signing ceremony took place to officialise the partnership between SPEE3D, Singapore Polytechnic, ST Kinetics and The National Additive Manufacturing Innovation Cluster (NAMIC) bringing high-speed 3D printing to Asia to revolutionise manufacturing. Pictured above from left to right: Dr Rajnish Gupta, Director of Singapore Polytechnic’s Technology, Innovation & Enterprise department Dr Ho Chaw Sing, Managing Director of…

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Redefining Manufacturing: Putting High Speed Printing into Practice

Redefining Manufacturing- Putting High Speed Printing into Practice

In our second post of the series, we explained general metal 3D printing and introduced you to supersonic 3D deposition, our brand-new technology. But, why is high speed 3D metal printing important and what are we achieving? Our vision is to enable people to innovate quicker and to develop new products with less risk. Manufacturing is…

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Redefining Manufacturing: The New Metal 3D Printing

Redefining Manufacturing- The New Metal 3D Printing

In our first post, we discussed the history of manufacturing, from the Greek philosophy to paper production. The one thing that is evident in the manufacturing space is the need for change. Disruptive technology is the key to continued evolution and redefinition in the space – one area where this is evident is metal 3D…

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Redefining Manufacturing: The History of the Industry

Redefining Manufacturing- The History of the Industry

Manufacturing, even in its most basic form, has been around for centuries. From the first piece of paper that was produced evolving all the way to the innovative technology that we have today. This is a space that is continuously changing and, as such, the philosophy of change is close to manufacturers’ hearts. In this…

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The first LightSPEE3D Printer arrived in Europe

The first LightSPEE3D Printer arrived in Europe

After a very successful launch of LightSPEE3D at Formnext 2017 in Frankfurt, Germany the printer was installed at a local technical college, Ludwig-Geissler-Schule (LGS), located in Hanau.  The installation of the printer was very well appreciated by the head of the school Dr. Kurt Herget and the Mayor of the city of Hanau Mr. Axel…

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SPEE3D’s global launch at formnext in Frankfurt

SPEE3D’s global launch at formnext in Frankfurt

The SPEE3D team would like to thank everyone who came to visit our stand at Formnext – the ‘Las Vegas’ of tradeshows for 3D printing. It was an extremely successful event and the team met over 500 parties including manufacturers, resellers, research companies and investors. The feedback was generally amazement at the speed of the…

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See you at formnext!

See you at formnext!

Formnext is one of the manufacturing industry’s most important technology conferences and SPEE3D will be in Frankfurt, Germany from November 14-17. While at the event, we will be showcasing our newly launched and generally available LightSPEE3D printer. On November 7, SPEE3D officially launched globally and introduced the world’s first metal 3D printer leveraging supersonic 3D…

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NT takes the lead in 3D metal printing – Get STEM

NT takes the lead in 3D metal printing – Get STEM

The Northern Territory took the lead in advanced metal manufacturing with the production of a copper flywheel by the world’s first commercial LightSPEE3D metal printer, located at Charles Darwin University. The flywheel took 11 minutes and 38 seconds to produce at a cost of $4.60, demonstrating the capability of the LightSPEE3D printer to generate low-cost…

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NT printer to simplify metal manufacturing – News.com.au

NT printer to simplify metal manufacturing – News.com

A metal printer in the Northern Territory could revolutionise the price and access to making aerospace, health and automotive components. A world-leading metal printer in Darwin is producing advanced goods quickly and cheaply. The LightSPEE3D at the Charles Darwin University printed a copper flywheel, or engine component, in less than 12 minutes at a  cost of…

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NT printer to simplify metal manufacturing – SBS

NT printer to simplify metal manufacturing – SBS

A metal printer in the Northern Territory could revolutionise the price and access to making aerospace, health and automotive components. A world-leading metal printer in Darwin is producing advanced goods quickly and cheaply. The LightSPEE3D at the Charles Darwin University printed a copper flywheel, or engine component, in less than 12 minutes at a cost…

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