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.