On this week’s episode of Additive Insight, TCT Head of Content Laura Griffiths speaks to Byron Kennedy, CEO of Australian additive manufacturing company SPEE3D .
Launched in 2017 , SPEE3D is known for its supersonic 3D deposition process, an ultra-fast additive technique adapted from metal cold spray technology. With two machines now available on the market, both capable of producing fast, low-cost, near net shape parts, the company has gained a number of customers in a range of industrial sectors, most notably defence. On this episode, we hear how the company’s technology is enabling manufacturers to create real production parts, its work in the field with the Australian Army and conservative push into the defence sector, and how its production cell is giving manufacturers all the tools they need to bring metal 3D printing in-house. This episode is brought to you in association with Ultimaker . Considering an in-house 3D printing solution with industrial-grade material options and trusted software employed by 2 million users? Request a quote here . You can enjoy the show in any of the ways listed below. Subscribe via Apple Podcasts Subscribe or listen directly on Stitcher Download Directly
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