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A 3D Metal Printing company working together with the Darwin Innovation Hub in the Northern Territory.



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Australian Army push engineering boundaries with their latest metal 3D printing field trial

Top End soldiers will deploy the WarpSPEE3D metal printer for the second time during a year-long trial between the Australian Army and Darwin based tech company, SPEE3D. Soldiers from the 1st Combat Service Support Battalion (1CSSB) will…
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Local Jobs Fund Delivering More Jobs for Territorians

Territory-based SPEE3D is the latest local business to benefit from the Local Jobs Fund, with a $2.75 million investment by the Northern Territory Government. The concessional loan will help SPEE3D establish a Research and Development Headquarters…
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Australian Army ‘s SPEE3D metal 3D printing technology trial a big success

The Australian Army has completed the first field trial of SPEE3D’s WarpSPEE3D metal 3D printing technology in the Northern Territory. Across three days at the Mount Bundey field training area earlier this month, the…

3D printing company strikes gold with idea that copper can stop the spread of COVID-19

When COVID-19 hit, SPEE3D founders Byron Kennedy and Steve Camilleri tried to work out how they could prevent the spread of the virus, and decided to investigate if antimicrobial copper could be the key. According to Kennedy, copper has…
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Copper is creating lasting solutions to some of the problems that Covid-19 creates

Greg Waters, Founder and Director at Additae Global has been speaking to members of the AM community who are using their experience to make good things happen during this CONVID-19 Pandemic. In the first of a series of interviews, A Greg interviewed…
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Spee3d has made a breakthrough discovery in the eradication of the coronavirus

The Darwin-based company says it has made a breakthrough discovery in the eradication of the coronavirus through a common household object: copper-coated door handles, rails and touch plates.SPEE3D co-founder Steven Camilleri says the company…

The Australian Army kicks off partnership with SPEE3D

The Australia Army is printing tomorrow’s potential today. On the spot design and manufacturing through new cutting-edge metal ­­3D Printing technology will soon enhance lines of logistics for the Australian Army. The Australian Army…

CDU’s 3D printing technology deployed into Navy – CDU Newsroom

CDU Newsroom - 21 November 2019 Cutting edge 3D printing technology developed at Charles Darwin University (CDU) will be deployed by the Royal Australian Navy in a world-first trial that will streamline the maintenance of patrol vessels. The…
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World’s Fastest LIVE Print of a Metal Part at Formnext 2019 – SPEE3D

SPEE3D, an Australian award-winning manufacturer of metal-based additive manufacturing technology, printed a 1 kg copper sledgehammer in 10 minutes live in front of a crowd on the floor at Formnext in Frankfurt. Formnext is the leading global…
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METAL AM: SPEE3D builds world’s fastest live print metal part at Formnext

METAL AM: SPEE3D builds world’s fastest live print metal part at Formnext During a live demonstration at Formnext 2019, SPEE3D printed a 1.012kg copper sledgehammer in just 10 minutes and 2 seconds, using the company’s patented metal…