SPEE3D previews large-format metal Additive Manufacturing machine TitanSPEE3D

June 7, 2024

June 7, 2024

SPEE3D will introduce TitanSPEE3D, a large-format metal Additive Manufacturing machine, at LSAAT (CourtesySPEE3D)
SPEE3D will introduce TitanSPEE3D, a large-format metal Additive Manufacturing machine, at LSAAT (CourtesySPEE3D)

SPEE3D, based in Melbourne, Australia, has announced it will introduce its new large-format metal Additive Manufacturing machine, TitanSPEE3D, at the Large Scale Additive Action Team (LSAAT) meeting held at the DCU Center in Worcester, Massachusetts, USA, June 11-13, 2024.

TitanSPEE3D uses SPEE3D’s proprietary Cold Spray Additive Manufacturing technology, which allows for rapid and relatively low-cost metal Additive Manufacturing. The new AM machine will have a build volume of 2.4 m in diameter and 1 m in height, with a manufactured part maximum weight of 2,000 kg.

TitanSPEE3D was designed to work with a number of metals, including 6061 aluminium, aluminium bronze, and 316 stainless steel. The AM machine has a 4.3 x 4.3 m footprint and is 3.3 m tall at its highest point, weighing approximately 5 metric tons.

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“SPEE3D revolutionised large-scale metal 3D printing when we launched our first printer utilising our unique Cold Spray Additive Manufacturing technology and have elevated this success through continual expansion of our 3D printing technologies,” said Paul Maloney, Chief Revenue Officer at SPEE3D. “The TitanSPEE3D will be a game changer for industries that rely on casting for very large parts, including defence, heavy industry, and others, to have the ability to print quickly, sustainably, and at a competitive cost. We’re thrilled to preview this technology at LSAAT.”

The new TitanSPEE3D will be available to a limited number of beta customers in 2024, with the commercial release scheduled for 2025.


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