Video footage and photos of Monash 3D printing in metal

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The biggest powder bed 3D printed metal aerospace component is on display at the Melbourne International Airshow at Avalon (2017)

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Barrie Finnin, CEO of Amaero, with a hand on the 3D printed door hinge from a Chinese jet airliner. A 3D printed air intake component is in the foreground.

Barrie Finnin, CEO of Amaero, in front of the original 3D printed jet engine.

A cut away view of a new rocket motor design.

A cut away view of a new rocket motor design.

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The rear view of the 3D printed door hinge from a Chinese jet airliner.

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The new rocket motor design and Barrie Finnin, CEO of Amaero.

Monash 3D printed Jet Engine (2015)

 

Monash Jet Engine (click for hi-res)

Monash Jet Engine

Professor Xinhua Wu with the printed engine. Credit: Monash University

Professor Xinhua Wu. Credit: Monash University

 

Monash Jet Engine on display at the Avalon Airshow

Monash’s printed Jet Engine (low res)

The engine on display

Monash’s printed Jet Engine

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Monash Jet Engine on display at the Avalon Airshow. Credit: Science in Public

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Monash Jet Engine on display at the Avalon Airshow. Credit: Science in Public

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Monash Jet Engine on display at the Avalon Airshow (David Lyster, Manager of Research Partnership at Monash University in background). Credit: Science in Public

 

Printing in metal. One of the metal laser printers at the Monash Centre for Additive Manufacturing. (Credit: MCAM)

Printing in metal. One of the metal laser printers at the Monash Centre for Additive Manufacturing. (Credit: MCAM)

Printed jet engine. Credit: Science in Public

Printed jet engine. Credit: Science in Public

3D metal structures printed at MCAM. Credit: Science in Public

Demonstrating the intricacy possible with metallic 3D printing. Credit: Science in Public