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SPEE3D has developed a new way to 3D print rocket engines

Manufacturing space components is a billion-dollar industry set to experience strong growth in demand over the next five years. However, organisations across the world currently face one common challenge: long lead...

SPEE3D launches a Free-To-Play Metal 3D Printing Game

If you are looking for an entertaining and edifying activity for this week-end, you might want to consider SPEE3DCraft, a free-to-download metal 3D printing simulator game. Developed by Cold spray 3D printer...

Australian army to leverage SPEE3D metal additive manufacturing for their operations

The Australian army invests $1.5 million investment into a 12-month pilot program of SPEE3D metal additive manufacturing technology. The Australian manufacturer partnered with the Advanced Manufacturing Alliance (AMA) and Charles Darwin University (CDU) to deliver...

SPEE3Dcell

Metal Additive ManufacturingSPEE3D officially made its entry into the market at Formnext 2017, showcasing its Supersonic 3D Deposition (SP3D) process which uses cold spray techniques to inject metal particles which deform and...

SPEE3D’s technology is now part of FIT Additive Manufacturing Group’s technologies

The original supersonic 3D deposition technology is now part of FIT Additive Manufacturing Group’s technologies. As a reminder, the technology of SPEE3D was originally intended for military and repair applications. In this process, the...

What does “Supersonic” Additive Manufacturing look like?

In general, many seem to agree with the design flexibility and material efficiency AM provides but despite those undeniable benefits, one thing AM technologies manufacturers struggle to significantly improve in their...
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