New trends and innovative approaches in additive manufacturing for defense sector

Luis Ignacio Suárez-Ríos

presentation by Luis Ignacio Suárez-Ríos, Idonial, at Virtual Additive Manufacturing for Defense Conference [live, online, 16:30-18:00 CET). Luis will speak on November 3, during the session Additive Manufacturing for and in the battle field: science fiction or reality? The Applications! For the complete program click here.

The presentation focuses in new techniques or ways to implement additive manufacturing (or 3D printing) in order to fulfill highly demanding and challenging applications. Focus will be on 3D printing at large scale and FOR large scale, and 3D printing for medical applications and bioprinting.

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Expeditionary metal 3D printing for the defense sector-new technology and latest status

Stefan Ritt

presentation by Dipl.eng Stefan Ritt, Managing director SPEE3D Europe at Virtual Additive Manufacturing for Defense Conference [live, online, 16:30-18:00 CET). Stefan will speak on November 3, during the session Additive Manufacturing for and in the battle field: science fiction or reality? The Applications! For the complete program click here.

The Australian Army has now completed a successful two-week field trial of a ‘WarpSPEE3D’ metal 3D printer at the Mount Bundey Training Area, Northern Territory.

A team of Royal Australian Electrical and Mechanical Engineers (RAEME) soldiers from 1st Combat Service Support Battalion (1CSSB) overcame extreme conditions to design, print and finish a series of ground-breaking 3D printed parts in the field as case studies.

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