As additive manufacturing continues to revolutionise the manufacturing industry, this exciting emerging technology will be given a comprehensive showcase at Australian Manufacturing Week.

The Additive Manufacturing Pavilion will be an unmissable part of AMW 2022. The boom in interest in 3D printing continues to gain momentum, and AMW visitors will get a chance to see the latest innovations in this area first-hand. The Additive Manufacturing Pavilion will feature demonstrations of the latest 3D printers and services from a range of companies and organisations that lead the field of additive manufacturing.

One highlight of the Additive Manufacturing Pavilion will be RAM3D. Based in Tauranga, New Zealand, RAM3D has been leading the way in metal 3D printing in the Southern Hemisphere for more than 10 years. From its high-tech manufacturing facility it creates parts for a variety of world-wide industries; from titanium knives used by the Team NZ Americas Cup crew, to customised handlebar extensions for the New Zealand Olympics Cycling team. It produces inconel and titanium parts for aerospace and defence customers, and can also print in Stainless Steel 15-5ph and 316L, Titanium 64, Inconel 718 (high temperature alloy) and Aluminium (AlSi10Mg).

“Advances in 3D printing have the potential to revolutionise every segment of the manufacturing industry,” said Shane Infanti, CEO of AMTIL. “The Additive Manufacturing Pavilion is a testament to AMTIL’s ongoing commitment to promoting this groundbreaking technology, showcasing the very latest innovations, and highlighting the potential it can offer for Australian manufacturing businesses.”

Australian Manufacturing Week 2022 will take place at the International Convention Centre Sydney (ICC Sydney) in Darling Harbour from 7-10 June 2022. For more information and to register your intention to attend, visit the AMW website at: