Facility Tour - CSIRO 3D Printing Metal in Engineering

  • 22 Jun 2017
  • 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM (UTC+10:00)
  • Gate 5 - East Reception Normanby Road, Clayton VIC 3168
  • 3


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The tour will explore:

  • 3D printing technology
  • Printing with metals
  • The cost of 3D printing
  • A 3D printer's most valuable use
  • Opportunities for collaborative projects
  • The difference between 3D printed parts and non-3D printed (physical examples)


A research engineer with a background in production process development upscaling lab scale systems to pilot plant and production scale installations. 

Currently focusing on the area of additive manufacturing and how to transfer this technology to the commercial environment. This involves the collaboration with industrial partners and setting long term research programs with the target of wider application of additive manufacturing. 

Daniel has extensive experience in Twin roll casting of novel alloy systems such as high freezing range aluminium, Magnesium alloys and Bulk metallic glasses.

Interest in Non equilbrium metallic systems and there exploitation for desired mechanical and chemical properties. Includeing phase change toughening, bulk metallic glasses and High entropy alloys.

Specialties: Additvie manufacturing, Technology transfer, Pilot plant design. Non Equlibrium metallic systems. Rapid solidification processing. Twin Roll Casting 


An understanding of the 3D printing basics, as well as their capability to print metals, and the application of 3D printed metal to the health, sporting, and most importantly, engineering industries.


Tour of the facility, explaining the technology behind the different types of metal 3D printers, with the opportunity for questions throughout.

A rare opportunity to gain insight into groundbreaking technology, limited spots so book now!


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