Advanced 3D printing production and technology group Amaero International has expanded to the United States, opening a facility at El Segundo, Los Angeles, California (pictured)
The company has access to 3D printing facilities in Adelaide and Melbourne, and the opening of the Amaero USA facility will allow it to better serve international aerospace, defence and automotive customers.
The facility will likely produce tooling and parts for existing customers such as Boeing, Raytheon and Northrup Grumman which are located nearby, as well as distribute AmPro 3D printers in North America.
AmPro is a spin-out business from Melbourne’s Monash University, and its machines focus on selective laser melting for high performance materials.
The Amaero USA facility is equipped with an EOS M400 industrial 3D printing machine which was comissioned in January.
A US team has been appointed led by general manager Shawn Zindroski who has previously worked in additive manufacturing at automotive groups Faraday Future and GM.
Picture: Amaero International
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