SPEE3D, the world’s first metal 3D printer leveraging supersonic 3D deposition (SP3D) technology to deliver manufacturing grade printing at production speeds, announced the company’s official global launch and availability of its industrial 3D printers. Designed for scalable, just in time production, SPEE3D prints metal parts in a matter of minutes, compared to the industry standard of multiple hours or days.
SPEE3D solves the key issues the manufacturing industry faces – cost, speed and repeatability. The company’s patented technology manufactures fast, low-cost and casting grade parts that are ideal for a range of commercial and industrial applications. SPEE3D produces parts from brackets and manifolds to engine components in single or high-volume production quantities, economically, on-demand and at speeds that are 100 to 1,000 times faster than traditional metal 3D print technologies.
SPEE3D’s industrial printers are now available globally and give control back to manufacturers by increasing the speed and simplifying the process of metal 3D printing. The global casting market was valued at almost $200 billion (USD) in 2015 and in 2017 $56 billion was focused specifically on aluminum parts, according to Modern Casting and Markets and Markets, respectively. Aluminum and copper are SPEE3D’s initial focus and the company’s barrier breaking mindset allows for continued innovation and evolution in the industry.
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