SPEE3D & Charles Darwin University
8 November 2017
A world-first 3D printer that creates metal parts very quickly and cheaply is providing a new direction and potential new markets for the technology.
Northern Territory innovators SPEE3D are now working with Charles Darwin University, which purchased one of the LightSPEE3D printers to identify opportunities to commercialise the device.
NERA spoke to SPEE3D Founder and Chief Technical Officer, Steven Camilleri, and CDU Biomedical Engineer, Dr Rebecca Murray, about their collaboration and new technology in remote locations….