Simple, fast and affordable in-house manufacturing
Outsourcing the production of custom metal parts is slow, inflexible and expensive.
Introducing the ‘SPEE3Dcell’, a metal 3D printer integrated with a heat treatment oven and CNC 3 axis milling machine. It’s the world’s first metal 3D printing production cell, customised to your needs, fully commissioned and supported by SPEE3D’s experts in metal additive manufacturing.
With SPEE3Dcell you can produce the exact parts you need, when you need them, without paying a fortune. SPEE3Dcell empowers you to take full control of your supply chain, whether you need a production run of 10,000 parts or single parts on demand.
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Everything you need to make metal parts in-house
SPEE3D metal printer
Heat treatment furnace
CNC three-axis mill
Printed part examples
Aluminium Bronze Propeller
Aluminium bronze is a strong material, corrosion resistant in sea water and naturally anti-fouling, making it ideal for marine applications.
Rocket Nozzle Cover
This 265mm x 300mm high, 17.9 kg aerospace rocket nozzle liner was printed in pure copper on the WarpSPEE3D. Parts like these are typically machined out of solid wrought copper, a process that takes weeks and costs tens of thousands of dollars. The typical lead time for producing these parts is about six months. WarpSPEE3D printed this part in 3 hours, 19 minutes at a cost of just $716 USD, making this an aerospace industry game changer.
Aluminium Camlock Fitting
This type C camlock fitting with a hose tail was printed in Aluminium 6061 for marine environments for use by the Royal Australian Navy.
Copper Cable Clamp
Copper is a highly conductive material and is able to withstand load surges making it ideal for electrical components like this cable clamp.
Aluminium Compressor Drive Wheel
This part is a replacement drive wheel for an air compressor. This was an early demonstration of SPEE3D’s capability to print replacement components on-demand, which is another important application for SPEE3D technology. This is particularly important for industries where reducing downtime due to mechanical failures is critical.
Multi-Material Heat Sink
This part is created by printing copper onto aluminium fins to create a heat sink that is high performance, low weight and inexpensive to produce.
Sparkless Copper Engineers Hammer
Engineer hammers are used for precision adjustment of equipment. Printed as an art piece, these were printed, finished and assembled live on the trade show floor at Formnext.
Aluminium Interior Door Handles
These handles are an example of an architectural hardware application.
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Post process (tumble, machine or polish) if required
How is the process so fast?
Rather than using heat to melt metal powders, SPEE3D developed ‘Supersonic 3D Deposition’. This is the name given to the patented process in which a rocket nozzle accelerates air up to three times the speed of sound, into which metal powder is injected then deposited onto a substrate maneuvered by a six-axis robotic arm. In this process the sheer kinetic energy of the particles hitting each other causes the powders to bind together to form a high density part with metallurgical properties superior to casting.
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