Amaero launches Adelaide 3D printing facility

Amaero launch

Amaero International Limited (ASX:3DA), a world leader in metal additive manufacturing, officially
launched their Adelaide facility today in partnership with the University of Adelaide. The facility was
opened by the South Australian Minister for Innovation and Skills, the Hon. David Pisoni MP.

The University of Adelaide and Amaero signed a Strategic Partnership Agreement in October 2019
focused on developing additive manufacturing capability in South Australia. The facility was originally
established by the University of Adelaide with funding from the South Australian Government.
Amaero has now joined this site as a leading industry partner.

Amaero will work with the University of Adelaide to continue the activities of the South Australian Additive Manufacturing Applied Research Network (AMARN), which involves expanding equipment, human capital, and capability to make Adelaide a leader in 3D printing research, education, training and manufacturing.

Located in Adelaide’s northern suburbs, the facility contains three state of the art Renishaw AM 400 3D printing machines and ancillary equipment.

The Adelaide site adds to Amaero’s other facilities in Melbourne and El Segundo, California.

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