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Optomec Expands to 3D Printer Market in Australia and New Zealand by Partnering with Emona

Optomec, manufacturer of industrial-grade 3D printing systems for metals and electronics, is expanding to the 3D printer market in Australia and New Zealand by signing a distribution agreement with Emona Instruments Pty. Ltd, a local supplier for AM systems and engineering teaching equipment.

Optomec Aerosol Jet 3D printers are designed for high-volume production of small, light-weight, high-performance devices that are used in the fields of aerospace, defence or consumer electronics. The proprietary process allows for 3D printing of electronic circuitry and functional components in sizes ranging from 10 microns to several millimetres.

Optomec LENS System, Image: Optomec

The Optomec LENS 3D printers produce metal parts using a laser to sinter powdered materials. The parts can also be build on existing components for repair and hybrid manufacturing applications.

With Optomec’s established track record in Australia including users such as CSIRO’s Lab22, Swinburne University of Technology, Deakin University, UNSW, and University of Queensland, we look forward to the Emona /Optomec partnership further building on this success and reinforcing our position as the leaders in additive manufacturing in the region,” said Mark Breznik, Managing Director at Emona Instruments.

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