Industrial 3D Print Services
Aurora Labs’ multi-discipline engineering team design, modify and print new and legacy parts and components. We offer an end-to-end solution from inventory assessment, 3D scanning, design and optimisation for duty, to production and deployment. Our in-house printers in Perth enable us to offer short-run and serial 3D printing in metals as well as in a wide range of polymers.
How it works
We assess your inventory and identify items viable for additive manufacturing printing using a range of assessment criteria. Often end-users have a list of priority items and they wish to explore printing options to overcome performance or supply chain issues.
Obsolete or legacy parts can be reverse engineered by our Perth team with the aid of 3D scanning to recreate digital files that enable them to be 3D printed. We can also modify existing designs to improve the functional performance, reduce weight or improve the viability of the overall design. Components can also undergo finite element analysis (FEA) or computational fluid dynamics (CFD) analysis before printing.
Qualification and compliance
Following the initial design phase, we enter a stage of rapid prototyping where testing is conducted according to pre-defined criteria and may include non-destructive testing (NDT), test-to-failure and plant trials before being approved for use.
Once the design is finalised, the part can be manufactured in a variety of materials from various metal alloys using our own 3D metal printing powder bed fusion process. Aurora also provides 3D printing services for a wide range of polymers including high temperature plastics such as carbon fibre, reinforced PEEK and ULTEM using our in-house Intamsys 410 printer for industrial applications.
Learn more about Aurora‘s 3D printing services including the materials and technology available, reach out to a member of our Perth team.