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Aurora Labs Limited (A3D)
is a publicly listed company on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX).


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General Overview

About Aurora Labs

Revolutionary 3D metal printer capabilities

Three powder hoppers!

Three Modes of printing: SLS, SLM and DED

Multi materials in the same print!

Alloying and pseudo alloying on the fly!

Affordable Design

Currently the world’s most affordable 3D metal printer with 3 modes and 3 independently controlled powder hoppers.

They’ve created their printers with a consumer budget in mind.

Their products are affordable enough for university labs, prototyping workshop, dental practices, bureau printers or the garage of the designers of the next disruptive technology.

Awesome Plain and Simple

So you can start making awesome metal works of your own.

What do you want to build today?

Printers

First full S-Titanium transparent 300 x 966Aurora Labs is supplying consumables for the S-Titanium range and other printers including Brass, Bronze, Mild Steel, multiple types of Stainless Steel, and so much more.

Bringing it all Together

To make the S-Titanium range a possibility, they needed their team to come together with their expertise and encourage free thinking. They learned so many new and amazing techniques along the way, and it’s manifested into what you see here today.

A Team of Free Thinkers

With backgrounds in Materials Science and Surface Engineering, Computer Science, Maths and Physics, they’re driven by the urge to create new things in new ways.

Creating the Future

They believe they’re on the cusp of another manufacturing revolution – one that takes 3D printing to new heights. With their three modes of operation (SLM, SLS and DED) and the ability to print multiple metals at the same time, the list of creations is endless.

Applications

Valves

Valve manufacturers use many different designs incorporating highly engineered components. To get the best performance and increase the flexibility in design, Stainless steels, super alloys, titanium and other exotics are utilised. Some of these materials are very expensive and traditional subtractive manufacturing techniques require beginning the machining process with a much larger billet or cast the part and then machine it to the final size and surface finish required. 3D printing benefits the valve manufacturers in a number of ways. At the very start of the process it allows the designers to take advantage of manufacturing the ideal shape for the strength, flexibility, rigidity and other desirable qualities such as corrosion resistance. Significantly, it also allows designers to reduce the mass of components as there is no need to print material that has no function, such as a large amount of the material inside ball valve balls. This is particularly useful for high cost materials like titanium.

Pumps

Pump manufacturers use many different designs incorporating highly engineered components. To get the best performance and increase the flexibility in design, Stainless steels, super alloys, titanium and other exotics are utilised. Some of these materials are very expensive and traditional subtractive manufacturing techniques require beginning the machining process with a much larger billet or cast the part and then machine it to the final size and surface finish required. 3D printing produces parts that are much closer to the net shape. This near net shape allows manufacturers to only lightly machine locating faces or seal and bearing journals.

3D printing benefits the pump manufacturers in a number of ways. At the very start of the process it allows the designers to take advantage of manufacturing the ideal shape for the strength, flexibility, rigidity and other desirable qualities such as corrosion resistance. Significantly, it also allows designers to reduce the mass of components as there is no need to print material that has no function, such as the cast housings. This is particularly useful for high cost materials like titanium or even 316 SS.

Power Generation

The power generation industry is an intensive user of highly transformed materials that are incorporated into their equipment such as gas turbines, wind turbines, pumps, valves, complex switching and cooling equipment to name a few. These are often made out of exotic materials that can withstand extremes of heat, cold, corrosion, erosion, cavitation and other extremes. Printers such as theirs allow replacement of smaller critical parts in fit for purpose materials. These can be produced in near net shape, meaning they only require machining of critical fit and finish areas such as seal, bearing and location surfaces.



Contact Info

Aurora Labs Limited

Level 2
100 Havelock Street
West Perth, WA
AU Australia, 6005

Phone: +61 8 9434 1934
Email: enquiries@auroralabs3d.com
Website: http://auroralabs3d.com/

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