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SPEE3D makes its 3D printing technology more accessible in Australia

Australian 3D printing specialist SPEE3D, which enables metal processing with its patented cold spray technology, has announced a partnership with Nupress. The collaboration will see WarpSPEE3D printers made available to other companies at Nupress’ headquarters.

Nupress is a manufacturer of precision machined components and assemblies with over 50 years of expertise. Together with SPEE3D, the game-changing subscription service will enable Nupress clients to produce parts at the time of need rather than waiting weeks or months. Parts can now be sourced locally, helping manufacturing companies improve their operations and reduce costs – many of which have been impacted negatively due to ongoing global supply chain issues. The subscription model offers one to six slots, each delivering 25 hours per month of printing for 12 months.

“Democratizing access to SPEE3D’s WarpSPEED printer will help solve real-world problems around broken supply chains, manufacturing challenges, and massive delays for some of the world’s most significant industries,” said Steven Camilleri, Co-Founder and CTO of SPEE3D. “Local Australian companies can now access our technology thanks to Nupress, enabling smaller production runs, prototyping needs, material developments, and other advanced manufacturing capabilities.”

“For decades, Nupress has discussed turning our customers’ printing visions into reality, and we are excited to partner with SPEE3D to offer a best-in-class solution for metal additive manufacturing,” said Craig McWilliam, CEO of Nupress. “Beyond the exceptional technology, SPEE3D shares our ‘first class’ commitment to developing new printing materials that will broaden the opportunities across many industries and applications.”

Find out more about SPEE3D at spee3d.com.

For more information about Nupress, please visit nupress.com.

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