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Drone Fuselage Pannier Bracket

  A perfect example of ‘Topological Optimization’. 3D print in Grade 23 Titanium Check this wonderful video we have of a Pannier Bracket Build which we printed out of grade 23 titanium. Original part was 4kg and our printed part weighs approx 800g This particular pannier bracket bolts onto the fuselage of a drone and […]

Victorian Manufacturing Showcase 2019

We had a great day out at the Victorian Manufacturing Showcase on Tuesday 22nd meeting some of the Australia’s leading manufacturers. Sub-sectors of manufacturing represented at the Showcase included construction, defence, transport, food and fibre, medical technologies, and pharmaceuticals. And our very own Dee was filmed and interviewed by Department of Jobs Precinct (DJPR) for […]

Motorclassica

Motorclassica stands on the world’s stage as Australasia’s largest and most prestigious concours d’elegance and exhibition of classic and new exotic and prestige cars and motorcycles. We here at Amiga Engineering & Metal 3D – High Precision 3D Metal Printing are not only often required to work on producing high performance motor racing parts but […]

Australian Defence Industry Awards

Excited to have made it as one of the top 10 Finalists in Australia for the Australian Defence Industry Awards 2019 🏆🍾👏 Award held in Canberra on Thursday 26th September 2019. Owner and MD Michael Bourchier and his wife Cecily represented Amiga Engineering Pty Ltd Metal3D in Australia and Genat and Wood™ Pty Ltd Industrial […]

Victorian Manufacturing Hall of Fame 2019

After a hectic year and a bit implementing our Metal 3D Printing lab into our Tullamarine based factory, along with setup and production procedures etc. it was an honour to be nominated into the Victorian Manufacturing Hall of Fame for 2019. The company was then elected and chosen as a finalist for small business! On […]

Aerospace & Automotive Industry Metal 3D

Turbines in the aerospace & automotive industry such as race cars, motor bikes, formula one, jet skis etc are required to be light weight. We can now print turbines in aluminium, Inconel or titanium with titanium having an advantage as it lasts longer and they are almost half the weight of regular turbines which is […]

Amiga Engineering – Adding capability

Despite celebrating its 30th anniversary last year, Tullamarine-based Amiga Engineering has lost none of its appetite for innovation and evolution, most recently diversifying into additive manufacturing in metals. By William Poole. Amiga was founded in 1988 by two brothers, Michael and Dale Bourchier. Industry veterans, they had experience working across a broad range of manufacturing […]