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Case study: Argon gas heat exchangers revolutionise AMCM’s metal 3D printing machines

AMCM, a provider of customised metal 3D printing machines, has embarked on a journey to advance additive manufacturing by enhancing the thermal management and performance of its flagship M 4K printer, according to a case study published on Conflux Technology's website.

Conflux joins forces with Rocket Factory Augsburg for 3D-printed aerospace heat exchangers

Australian 3D-printed heat exchanger manufacturer Conflux Technology is partnering with Rocket Factory Augsburg to develop aerospace heat exchangers as part of the Australian Space Agency’s Moon to Mars Initiative.

GA-ASI, Conflux ink agreement to advance additive manufacturing capability

General Atomics Aeronautical Systems, Inc. (GA-ASI) and Victoria-based Conflux Technology have signed a new Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to strengthen their additive manufacturing expertise in building flight-qualified Fuel Oil Heat Exchangers (FOHE).

Conflux Technology gears up for Avalon 2023 with 3D-printed heat exchangers

Conflux Technology will be showcasing its increasing line of customisable additively manufactured heat exchangers at this year's Avalon Air show in the Victorian Government Pavilion.

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...

ManuFutures launches new acceleration program for its tenants

A new $500,000 Federal Government investment announced on Friday will see Deakin’s advanced manufacturing business incubator, ManuFutures, develop a new acceleration program to support...

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