Large-scale additive manufacturer Amaero International will launch its Adelaide manufacturing facility at a ceremony today.
The facility, a partnership with the University of Adelaide, is located adjacent to the RAAF base, Edinburgh.
It includes three state of the art Renishaw AM 400 3D printing machines and ancillary equipment.
The new plant complements Amaero facilities in Melbourne and El Segundo, California, and adds to the South Australian Additive Manufacturing Applied Research Network.
Amaero produces large format complex components in metal with laser-based additive manufacturing processes.
Amaero CEO Barrie Finnin said: “Additive manufacturing is one of the most promising sectors for the Australian economy and it is growing in strategic importance.
“Amaero is proud to be a leader in this field.”
The facility will be opened by South Australia’s innovation minister, David Pisoni.
Picture: Amaero Internatiional
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