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Metal Additive Manufacturing Market Heats Up
From new cold spray deposition methods to innovations in extrusion processes, advances in metal additive manufacturing address long-standing limitations related to cost, safety and time to print.
SPEE3D Printers to be Used to Aid in Ukraine’s War Efforts
SPEE3D supplies 3D printers and training for Ukrainian soldiers and engineers to manufacture and repair military equipment in theatre.
US DoD Deploys SPEE3D Printers to Ukraine
SPEE3D supplies 3D printers and training for Ukrainian soldiers and engineers to manufacture and repair military equipment in the field.
US Naval School Installs SPEE3D Cold Spray Technology
XSPEE3D deployed at CAMRE for use by military post-grad students, Ph.D. candidates and research professionals.
SPEE3D Goes to Boot Camp
SPEE3D reports to the Marine Corps Integrated Training Exercise (ITX) to 3D print broken parts to support critical defense operations.
SPEE3D Partners with Missouri University of Science and Technology
SPEE3D’s WarpSPEE3D Printer will give academia and businesses access to metal additive manufacturing technology to print parts at large scale.
SPEE3D Picked by US Navy to Develop Submarine Materials
Company will develop materials using its metal cold spray additive manufacturing (CSAM) technology.
SPEE3D to Work With British Army
Company will collaborate to develop British Army's additive manufacturing capabilities.
SPEE3D Chosen by British Army for the US Army’s Project Convergence
British Army and SPEE3D to demonstrate WarpSPEE3D Printer to showcase benefits of additive manufacturing technology for defense.
SPEE3D Releases New Phaser Nozzle for Metal Printer
The nozzle is designed to work with a wider range of hard phase materials, and with an increase in deposition velocity. 
SPEE3D to Provide Additive Manufacturing Technology to Welding Outfit
SPEE3D metal 3D printers chosen as one of the first advanced manufacturing technologies to be installed at EWI’s new Cold Spray Center of Excellence opening in 2022.
SPEE3D Inaugural Winner of US Military Manufacturing Award
Australian company wins the inaugural Expeditionary & Tactical 3D Printing Excellence Award from the US Defense Strategies Institute for deployable additive manufacturing.
Editor’s Picks: March 25-31, 2021
One of the picks will be chosen as DE’s Editor’s Pick of the Week.
Additive Manufacturer Develops Metal 3D Printing Simulator
SPEE3DCraft is a free-to-download simulator, designed to provide a virtual insight into real-life metal 3D printing processes.
Metal 3D Printing Technology Headed for Brazil
SPEE3D has signed reseller agreement with Infocus Laser Systems to represent SPEE3D in Brazil.
Australian Army Proves Metal 3D Printing can Strengthen Capabilities
A team of Royal Australian Electrical and Mechanical Engineers (RAEME) soldiers overcame extreme conditions to design, print and finish a series of 3D printed parts in the field as case studies. 



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