Additive manufacturing seminar series – join leading technical specialists to find the latest trends in additive manufacturing technology.
3D printing of plastic materials has been used for many years to generate rapid prototype parts. Modern developments in additive manufacturing machines and materials allow engineers to also produce production parts, replacing the need for long-lead-time production tooling. With the expansion of available materials, it is critical for designers to understand the strengths and weaknesses of the different materials and the technologies available (powder, filament, resins). Aurarum is a Melbourne-based company which designs and manufactures 3D printing machines and filament. Aurimas's presentation will discuss local additive manufacturing capabilities and provide insight into plastic material options.
Aurimas is a tinkerer, developer, problem solver and engineer. Born in Lithuania he has degree in Science (Physics) from Vilnius University and a Mining Engineering degree from the University of the Western Australia.
Aurimas started Aurarum in 2014 as a result of being disappointed with the quality of imported products. The company commenced as a 3D printer filament producer in Melbourne and over time, Aurarum has been evolving and changing by adding more types of materials including soon to be introduced high temperature engineering plastics such as PEI, PPSU and adding 3D printers to the range of its Australian produced products.
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