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By A.J. Roan
Metal Tech News 

Australian Army 3D prints parts in the bush

Puts WarpSPEE3D Tactical 3D printers through grueling trial Metal Tech News – December 1, 2021


Last updated 7/12/2022 at 1:20pm

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In the remote northern bushlands of Australia, SPEE3D WarpSPEE3D 3D metal printers have successfully withstood three weeks of abuse to print numerous parts on-site.

Whether on the frontlines of a battle or on a humanitarian mission in some remote corner of Earth, military vehicles are usually far from a parts depot when they are needed most. This is why the Australian Army is rigorously testing metal 3d printing technologies developed by SPEE3D to replace armored vehicle parts in the field.

During its annual bilateral military exercise between the Australi...

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