ADVANCED MANUFACTURING ALLIANCE
real metal, real fast
Charles Darwin University has partnered with SPEE3D to form the Advanced Manufacturing Alliance, a joint initiative to utilise a world-first 3D metal printing technology.
Through collaboration, the Alliance will aim to engage with industry partners, trades and academics to:
This combination can shorten manufacturing lead times, reduce cost and enable rapid product design iterations.
SPEE3D has carved out its niche in the manufacturing world – it doesn’t fit with either 3D printing or the current casting technologies.
It combines the advantages of 3 current manufacturing technologies – COLD SPRAY, 3D PRINTING AND CASTING.
Short manufacturing runs
Legacy replacement parts
Metal forming makerspace
New material properties
New alloys and composites
With the proper people, problem statements and ideas we have the potential to change prototyping, mass production, and to revolutionise supply chains.
Ideas for applications? Ideas for collaboration? Ideas for research?
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SPEE3D’s technology can help you to develop products from concept through to mass production for application in industries such as oil and gas, mining, remote manufacturing and automotive.
The Advanced Manufacturing Alliance has a solid partnership with CDU Vocational Education and Training (VET) which provides a strong link to trades. Projects with VET include:
We are looking to work with academic partners to conduct leading-edge research to unlock the full potential of this innovative technology.