Research & Development
Aurora’s research and development focuses on the core sub-systems of our beta prototype 3D printer that enables reliable and repeatable printing outcomes using high-powered lasers. Relating to our efforts to improve the productivity of the PBF process, we have developed a suite of patents, intellectual property and know-how.
We have significant expertise with lasers and the development of process controls in our machine firmware. We have conducted material characterisation studies, including the developed printing parameters for Granges’ proprietary Dispal® alloy.
In addition to our research and development in additive manufacturing system design and material characterisation, Aurora has identified multiple prospective technology innovations that are closely aligned with its goal of improving AM productivity.
If your organisation has an additive manufacturing project they would like to explore further through 3D printing, don’t hesitate to reach out and explore a partnership with Aurora Labs 3D.