3D printing or Additive Manufacturing’s sphere of influence is growing in the defence sector. Especially, polymer 3D printers which are increasingly becoming mainstream.
While the technology is still maturing for applications such as energetic materials and ballistics protection, the other advantages of 3D printing has lent itself beyond the domain of prototyping and R&D applications in the defence industry.
3D printing is already in use by defence to address supply chain vulnerabilities especially in critical components that are tethered to overseas suppliers.
Engineers such as OEMs, maintenance and repair providers, military land vehicles and drone manufacturers trust GoProto ANZ for custom parts, short run and production needs.
We offer a wide range of aerospace and defence manufacturing capabilities to fit your specific needs including:
Each of our manufacturing capabilities is complete with our dedication to good customer service.
The most powerful aspect of additive manufacturing for a designer is the freedom to create complex forms and the […]Read case study
Naval Group Australia has announced it will open a new $25 million office in Port Adelaide as the company […]Read blog post