Project spotlight: SPEE3D fast on-site metal 3D-printing technology

09 December 2020 — Home Page Featured, Home Page Featured, Home Page Video Featured

Enhancing Australia's sovereign capability in manufacturing

NERA has collaborated with technology developer SPEE3D, Charles Darwin University and Santos to support the development of a new high-speed, low-cost metal 3D printing technology specifically for the oil and gas industry.

This project is not only enhancing Australia's sovereign capability in manufacturing, but also translating world-leading research into a truly commercial opportunity. 

SPEE3D's technology is helping to move industry business structures from a costly 'ordering-warehousing' model to a faster and more efficient 'print-on-demand' scenario, and the SPEE3D printer is a game-changer for on-site, fast, high-volume parts that are crucial for Australia's energy resources sector.

Check out our video case study below to find out more about the project, or read the full project summary here.