Amaero Engineering lists and reveals road to profitability

By Peter Roberts Additive manufacturing company Amaero International (ASX: 3DA) has revealed a swift move from losses to profits in filings with the ASX following its $8 million capital raising and listing on the exchange. The company’s 2019 accounts reveal a profit before tax of $454,266 for the year, an improvement on the $1.5 million…

Making things with light: engineer returns home to develop ‘genuine 3D printing’

Inventor Timothy Scott is commercialising a new 3D printer and resins, with speed, strength and other possible advantages over current light-based approaches. Brent Balinski spoke to Scott about the possibilities of volumetric production.  

Titomic displays giant 3D printed rocket

Metal additive manufacturing company Titomic (ASX: TTT)( has stolen a march on rivals and displayed the world’s largest additive manufactured Titanium part, a 5.5-metre rocket, at the FormNext3D Printing trade show in Frankfurt. The rocket was made in Melbourne using the TKF 9000, the world’s largest and fastest metal additive manufacturing system that utilises the…

Amaero Engineering to raise $8 million and list

Additive manufacturing company Amaero International (ASX: 3DA) is seeking $8 million from investors to list on the Australian stock exchange and expand its operations. PAC Partners and Jane Morgan Management are roadshowing the Monash University spin-out, previously known as Amaero Engineering, to investors this week along with executives Barrie Finnin and Stuart Douglas. The company…

Adding more layers: plenty of room left to innovate with polymer 3D printers

As the market for additive manufacturing has exploded in recent years, so has the range of solutions available. Driven by a need for answers to various limitations, a proverbial 1,000 flowers have bloomed among machine providers.   Newer techniques inspired by metal injection moulding, jetting with binders, and fast curing of polymers using light and…

Titomic producing trial parts for major space, nuclear, defence customers

Metal 3D printing company Titomic’s (ASX: TTT) Melbourne production bureau has been busy manufacturing test parts for prospective customers using its Titomic Kinetic Fusion process (TKF) 3D printers. In his monthly investor update, Titomic managing director Jeff Lang listed a number of cases where the company’s strategy of producing test parts for customers was leading…