Remote 3D printing tech for oil and gas among NERA winners 

A 3D printing technology for metal that can be used in the operations is among the oil and gas projects to share in $1.8 million in new National Energy Resources Australia funding. 

Remote 3D printing tech for oil and gas among NERA winners  Remote 3D printing tech for oil and gas among NERA winners  Remote 3D printing tech for oil and gas among NERA winners  Remote 3D printing tech for oil and gas among NERA winners  Remote 3D printing tech for oil and gas among NERA winners 

Miranda Taylor

The new technique, being developed with technology firm SPEE3D, Charles Darwin University and industry partner Inpex, can operate around 1000 times the speed of conventional 3D printing at a fraction