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Zero CO2 emissions ‘spaceplane’ parts to be manufactured in the heart of Sydney

Media Release by University of Sydney Aerospace engineering startup Hypersonix Launch Systems has signed a Master Research Collaboration Agreement (MRCA) with the University of Sydney...

Conflux Technology to manufacture heat exchangers for Italian Dallara

Conflux Technology, an Australian manufacturer of metal additive manufacturing (AM) heat exchangers is working with Dallara Automobili in Italy to produce additive-made heat exchangers. Dallara...

Additive manufacturing specialist Titomic buys leading European cold spray technology company

Australian 3D-printing specialist Titomic Limited has announced the acquisition of leading European cold spray technology company, Dycomet Europe B.V. Located in the Netherlands, Dycomet has...

Corrosion resistant, stainless steel components 3D-printed on site – a reality thanks to funding...

Media Release An innovative 3D metal printing process developed by a Melbourne-based manufacturing technology business enables the printing of corrosion resistant, stainless-steel components on site,...

Titomic secures $2.325m MMI grant to create space vehicle manufacturing capability

3D-printing specialist Titomic has been awarded a $2.325 million Modern Manufacturing Initiative (MMI) grant to develop space vehicle manufacturing capability for the Australian space...

Elementum 3D acquires Australian-made cold spray metal 3D printing technology

Additive manufacturing research and development company Elementum 3D has acquired cold spray metal 3D printing technology developed by Australian manufacturer SPEE3D. The WarpSPEE3D is SPEE3D’s...

Titomic completes acquisition of Silicon Valley start-up Tri-D Dynamics

Industrial-scale metal additive manufacturer Titomic announced that its wholly owned subsidiary, Titomic USA, has completed the acquisition of US-based start-up Tri-D Dynamics Inc (Tri-D). Based...

The Growing Influence of 3D Printing in the Military

Additive manufacturing solves the many issues that the Military has within their unpredictable and complicated supply chain.

Desktop Metal introduces new 3D printing process for production of sustainable, end-use wood parts

Desktop Metal has launched a new additive manufacturing process that sustainably produces functional end-use wood parts by upcycling waste byproducts from wood manufacturing and...

Can 3D Printing Replace CNC Machining?

One of the most debated topics in today's manufacturing industry is whether existing technology like traditional CNC manufacturing should be replaced with more advanced systems like 3D Printers.
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