Amaero Expands Machine Offering with Launch of Two New Machines

Jane Morgan Management

Highlights:

● Amaero has expanded its machine offering with the launch of the SP260, the SP400 and
additional powder handling ancillary equipment.
● The new machines add to the Company’s existing machine offering, which includes the
SP500 and SP100, decanter, conveyor, autosieve and depowdering modules.
● Designed as production solutions, the SP series machines feature rapid changeover and
optimised powder usage with variable build volumes.
● Amaero is a development partner and holds exclusive distribution rights for SP machines in
North America and with the addition of the new machines, will have one of the safest,
most cost/capital efficient and diverse ranges of metal 3D printers on the market.
● Amaero offers packaged turnkey solutions including safety equipment, software, post
processing, training, facility layout and process flow.
● The Company also plans to further expand its machine line-up over 2021.
Amaero International Limited (“Amaero”) (the “Company”) (ASX:3DA), a leader in metal additive
manufacturing, is pleased to announce that the Company has expanded its machine offering and is now
selling additional machines including the SP260, SP400 and additional powder handling ancillary
equipment, building on the Company’s existing product line-up, including the SP500 and SP100
decanter, conveyor, autosieve and depowdering modules.
Amaero acts as a development partner and holds exclusive distribution rights for SP machines in North
America, and with the addition of the new machines, will have one of the safest, most cost/capital
efficient and diverse ranges of metal 3D printers on the market.
The new SP260 machine has a build chamber volume of 250 x 250 x 400mm, and rapid changeover
capability, ideal for producing components for the aviation, defence and biomedical industries. The
SP260 is simple to use, easy to maintain, ideal for research and small scale manufacturing, and with the
safe powder handling ancillary equipment is one of the safest on the market.
Similarly suited to manufacturing for the aviation, defence and tooling industries, the SP400 machine
has a larger build volume of 400 x 400 x 400mm, and with its advanced technology, is safer and more
productive than alternative machines of a similar size.
Both machines feature a tethered build chamber for rapid job changeover and a bi-directional re-coater
for faster production cycles, and also provide optimised powder usage with variable build areas, further
improving efficiency and cost effectiveness.
Amaero International Limited CEO, Barrie Finnin,
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