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Design. Make.
Succeed.

Additive manufacturing and innovation will transform Australian Manufacturing 

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About

The Additive Manufacturing Cooperative Research Centre (AMCRC) is an industry-led collaborative research funding organisation that is focused on advancing Australia's additive manufacturing sector.

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Research Programs

We facilitate five research programs and one qualification program that solve problems and deliver outcomes for Australian manufacturing.

Partners

We collaborate with industry, governments 

and research organisations across Australia. 

Voices from Industry

“Additive manufacturing is transforming how products are designed, produced, and serviced. It enables on-demand production without dedicated equipment or tooling, unlocks digital design tools, and offers unparalleled flexibility across industries. Now is the time to accelerate its adoption.”

Alex Kingsbury, Market Development Manager, Additive Manufacturing

The market opportunities are large - from mining to aerospace to automotive, commercial and heavy industry sectors. SPEE3D has been working with research organisations such as Charles Darwin University and UTS to advance our 3D metal printing technology.”

Byron Kennedy, Co-founder of SPEE3D

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