About Amaero Engineering

Amaero Engineering Pty Ltd manufactures complex metallic components by laser-based additive manufacturing, also known as 3D printing, from CAD files. We use two techniques – Selective Laser Melting (also known as 3D printing or SLM) and Blown Powder Laser Melting. Our SLM machines have the largest build volume in the world (up to 630mm x 400mm x 500mm high).

Amaero can produce components with short lead times (in days and weeks rather than months) in the following materials:
• Nickel-based alloys including Hastelloy X and Inconel 625, 718 and 738 for high temperature applications such as the hot parts of gas turbine engines, heat exchangers, combined cycle power plants
• High alloy stainless steel (17-4 PH and 316L) for high strength, highly corrosion resistant applications in oil and gas and chemical processing plants as well as bio medical implants and tools,
• 18% Ni Maraging 300 hardenable steel (Tooling Steel) for injection moulding tooling and very high strength airframe parts
• Lightweight, high strength aluminium (6061-T6, AlSi10Mg and AlSi7Mg) and titanium (Ti 64) alloys for aerospace structures and marine applications, also medical devices and prosthetics.


ACN 162 732 649


13 Normanby Road,
Notting Hill, VIC, 3168,


Phone: + 61 (0)3 9905 9847

Amaero is supported by funding from the Australian Government under its Entrepreneurs’ Programme logo