Australia’s Charles Darwin University fires up rocket-powered LIGHTSPEE3D metal 3D printer

Australia's Charles Darwin University fires up rocket-powered LIGHTSPEE3D metal 3D printer

Charles Darwin University in Australia has started using its LIGHTSPEE3D metal 3D printer, built by Australian additive manufacturing company SPEE3D. Darwin’s machine is the first operational LIGHTSPEE3D printer in the world. Steven Camilleri checks up on his creation, the LIGHTSPEE3D 3D printer (Image: ABC Radio Darwin) Back in July, we reported that Charles Darwin University had used a $313,000 government grant to get hold of a LIGHTSPEE3D metal 3D printer , a machine that can purportedly print metal parts 100 to 1,000 times faster than other printers. That speedy metal 3D printer is now up and running, with the […]

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