WE MAKE MANUFACTURING EASIER

We understand the challenges of manufacturing.

The SPEE3D founders, Byron Kennedy and Steven Camilleri, have a long history of commercialising innovative technologies and establishing factories all over the world. SPEE3D was founded because time and time again they came up against the same issues… making metal parts was just hard. Inspired to develop a technology that made it easier, they established SPEE3D.

Our mission is to make it easier.

SPEE3D printers enable the most affordable metal additive manufacturing process in the world. They make metal parts the fastest way possible, leveraging metal cold spray technology to produce industrial quality metal parts in just minutes, rather than days or weeks. The process harnesses the power of kinetic energy, rather than relying on high-power lasers and expensive gasses. And for the first time it allows the flexibility of metal 3D printing at normal production costs.

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The Founders

Byron Kennedy and Steven Camilleri have worked together for 15 years, first meeting as members of the Charles Darwin University World Solar Car Challenge team. They raced the ‘Desert Rose’ together between 1987 and 2005. After many successful years racing against industry giants such as General Motors and Honda, in 2000 the Desert Rose was awarded the world speed record for solar cars, averaging 107kmph.

In 2002 they formed ‘In Motion Technology’ (IMT) to commercialise the axial flux motor technology developed for the Desert Rose. This motor technology is now utilized around the world and is arguably one of the most successful commercials spinoffs from solar car racing. With the proceeds of a successful sale of IMT the pair formed SPEE3D.

Byron Kennedy

Co-founder and CEO

Former CEO In Motion Technologies, R&D Director Regal Beloit Asia Pacific. Masters of Engineering, Young Engineer of the Year (Northern Division).

Steve Camilleri

Co-founder and CTO

Former CTO In Motion Technologies (exit to NYSE listed Regal Beloit), 20 years engineering design experience. Multiple patent holder. Masters of Engineering, Young Australian of the Year Finalist 1997.

Board Chairman

Grant Anderson – FAICD, FAMI - CPM

Grant has had extensive Board experience across multiple industries and countries in both listed and private companies. Currently the Executive Director of the Industry Capability Network Victoria, he is also a Non-Executive Director of Sutton Tools Pty Ltd, Fast Bricks Robotics (ASX:FBR) and SPEE3D. In addition, he has experience on the Boards of Berklee Limited (Deputy Chairman), Techni Waterjet Pty Ltd (Chairman) and a number of joint venture companies in multiple countries.

With over 40 years of experience in the design and manufacturing sectors Grant has driven export growth at the level of executive, CEO and Managing Director for a number of public and private international companies and as the CEO/Managing Director in Australian based global technology businesses. The most recent role was as the CEO of the ANCA Group, a world-leading Australian manufacturer of Machine Tools, Motion Control Systems and metal fabrication. ANCA exported around 99% of its product and under Grant’s leadership the group have tripled their sales since his appointment in 2010. Other companies Grant has led include PBR International, Schefenacker (now SMR), Britax International and MHG Plastics.

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Board Members

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Grant Anderson – FAICD, FAMI - CPM
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Dr. Stephen Bayer
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Byron Kennedy - CEO, SPEE3D
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Steven Camilleri - CTO, SPEE3D