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Navy WarpSPEE3D installed at HMAS Coonawarra 2 - Nov 2020
3D printed Gunner’s ratchet used by Defence in the service of the M242 Australian Light Armoured Vehicle Machine Gun
Navy WarpSPEE3D installed at HMAS Coonawarra - Nov 2020
Finishing 3D printed Gunner’s ratchet used by Defence in the service of the M242 Australian Light Armoured Vehicle Machine Gun
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Tactical 3D metal printing in the Top End
Australian Army Lance Corporal Sean Barton, from the 1st Combat Service Support Battalion, prepares the WarpSPEE3D printer for part assembly during Exercise Buffalo Run at Mount Bundey Training Area, NT. *** Local Caption *** The Australian Army’s 1st Combat Service Support Battalion (1 CSSB) has continued into the next phase of a 12-month trial of a new 3D metal printing technology which began in February this year. The trial, in close partnership with SPEE3D and Charles Darwin University (CDU), has seen soldiers from 1 CSSB learn the design software and physical printing technology, allowing them to fabricate and test parts. The latest achievement has been the successful deployment of the recently camouflaged WarpSPEE3D printer into a tactical field environment alongside other ADF equipment as part of Exercise Buffalo Run.
Tactical 3D metal printing in the Top End
Australian Army Lance Corporal Sean Barton, from the 1st Combat Service Support Battalion, designs spare parts to be 3D printed using engineering software inside a mobile workshop during Exercise Buffalo Run at Mount Bundey Training Area, NT. *** Local Caption *** The Australian Army’s 1st Combat Service Support Battalion (1 CSSB) has continued into the next phase of a 12-month trial of a new 3D metal printing technology which began in February this year. The trial, in close partnership with SPEE3D and Charles Darwin University (CDU), has seen soldiers from 1 CSSB learn the design software and physical printing technology, allowing them to fabricate and test parts. The latest achievement has been the successful deployment of the recently camouflaged WarpSPEE3D printer into a tactical field environment alongside other ADF equipment as part of Exercise Buffalo Run.
Tactical 3D metal printing in the Top End
Australian Army Lance Corporal Sean Barton (right), from the 1st Combat Service Support Battalion, speaks with Mr Matthew Harbidge, a printing engineer from SPEE3D during Exercise Buffalo Run at Mount Bundey Training Area, NT. *** Local Caption *** The Australian Army’s 1st Combat Service Support Battalion (1 CSSB) has continued into the next phase of a 12-month trial of a new 3D metal printing technology which began in February this year. The trial, in close partnership with SPEE3D and Charles Darwin University (CDU), has seen soldiers from 1 CSSB learn the design software and physical printing technology, allowing them to fabricate and test parts. The latest achievement has been the successful deployment of the recently camouflaged WarpSPEE3D printer into a tactical field environment alongside other ADF equipment as part of Exercise Buffalo Run.
Tactical 3D metal printing in the Top End
Australian Army Lance Corporal Sean Barton, from the 1st Combat Service Support Battalion, removes a newly 3D metal printed part from the WarpSPEE3D printer during Exercise Buffalo Run at Mount Bundey Training Area, NT. *** Local Caption *** The Australian Army’s 1st Combat Service Support Battalion (1 CSSB) has continued into the next phase of a 12-month trial of a new 3D metal printing technology which began in February this year. The trial, in close partnership with SPEE3D and Charles Darwin University (CDU), has seen soldiers from 1 CSSB learn the design software and physical printing technology, allowing them to fabricate and test parts. The latest achievement has been the successful deployment of the recently camouflaged WarpSPEE3D printer into a tactical field environment alongside other ADF equipment as part of Exercise Buffalo Run.
Tactical 3D metal printing in the Top End
Australian Army Craftsman Naythan Ryan, from the 1st Combat Service Support Battalion, inspects a newly 3D printed part from the WarpSPEE3D printer during Exercise Buffalo Run at Mount Bundey Training Area, NT. *** Local Caption *** The Australian Army’s 1st Combat Service Support Battalion (1 CSSB) has continued into the next phase of a 12-month trial of a new 3D metal printing technology which began in February this year. The trial, in close partnership with SPEE3D and Charles Darwin University (CDU), has seen soldiers from 1 CSSB learn the design software and physical printing technology, allowing them to fabricate and test parts. The latest achievement has been the successful deployment of the recently camouflaged WarpSPEE3D printer into a tactical field environment alongside other ADF equipment as part of Exercise Buffalo Run.
Tactical 3D metal printing in the Top End
Tactical 3D metal printing in the Top End
Australian Army Craftsman Naythan Ryan (left) and Lance Corporal Sean Barton, from 1st Combat Service Support Battalion, stand in front of the camouflaged WarpSPEE3D printer during Exercise Buffalo Run at Mount Bundey Training Area, NT. *** Local Caption *** The Australian Army’s 1st Combat Service Support Battalion (1 CSSB) has continued into the next phase of a 12-month trial of a new 3D metal printing technology which began in February this year. The trial, in close partnership with SPEE3D and Charles Darwin University (CDU), has seen soldiers from 1 CSSB learn the design software and physical printing technology, allowing them to fabricate and test parts. The latest achievement has been the successful deployment of the recently camouflaged WarpSPEE3D printer into a tactical field environment alongside other ADF equipment as part of Exercise Buffalo Run.

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