$313k grant helps Australia’s Charles Darwin University acquire LIGHTSPEE3D metal 3D printer

$313k grant helps Australia's Charles Darwin University acquire LIGHTSPEE3D metal 3D printer

Australia’s Charles Darwin University (CDU) has used a 400,000 AUD ($313,000) government grant to acquire a LIGHTSPEE3D metal 3D printer from Australian additive manufacturing specialist SPEE3D. The printer can purportedly print 100 to 1,000 times faster than other printers. Prototype of SPEE3D’s LIGHTSPEE3D metal 3D printer $313,000 is a lot of money, but researchers at Charles Darwin University in Australia’s Northern Territory think their new LIGHTSPEE3D metal 3D printer could be well worth it. That’s because the high-speed additive manufacturing system actually promises huge cost savings: as well as printing “100 times faster” than other printers, it can also […]

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