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Additive Manufacturing

Additive Manufacturing

Jun 19, 2024

SPEE3D announces US-based manufacturing facility and applications center

Geographic expansion

  • SPEE3D, an Australian additive manufacturing solutions provider, has launched its first US-based manufacturing facility and applications center, located at the John Olson Advanced Manufacturing Center at the University of New Hampshire (UNH). 

  • The new facility will enable SPEE3D to collaborate more closely with US-based companies, including the US Department of Defense. It will also allow SPEE3D to leverage UNH's resources, facilities, and talent to further develop its drive additive manufacturing solutions and provide technical support for existing and future initiatives.

  • SPEE3D claims that the strategic location of the new facility, in a prominent tech corridor, will enable it to participate in joint projects with nearby research, engineering, and repair facilities, including those of the US Department of Defense, the Portsmouth Naval Shipyard, Bath Iron Works, and others.

  • Analyst Quicktake: The company has been steadily ramping up its involvement in the US market, having recently partnered with the New Jersey Innovation Institute (NJII) , to integrate Cold Spray Additive Manufacturing (CSAM) technology with its advanced manufacturing facility. Notably, growing demand from the defense industry has become a major driver for US expansion, with similar startups such as AML3D and Sintavia also investing in new facilities across the country. In April, AML3D announced a USD 3.6 million rights issue to build an on-demand manufacturing facility in Ohio, and Sintavia invested USD 25 million to expand its metal AM headquarters in Florida. 

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