Romar is uniquely positioned to offer world-class additive manufacturing solutions thanks to our singular technology and industry-leading team. We recently showcased this capability as part of the first ANSTO National Graduate Innovation Forum, an event designed to connect current PhD students with industry representatives – to apply scientific thinking to real-world industry challenges.
Romar Engineering is pleased to unveil our latest 3D printing technology – the Concept Laser M2 Series 5, a Direct Metal Laser Melting (DMLM) machine from GE Additive, designed, tested and optimised in partnership with GE Aviation. The M2 Series 5 pushes the boundary of additive manufacturing, and having already built an expert team around the printer, it provides a whole new world of opportunity.
With the advent of Industry 4.0, new technology has both challenged – and empowered – traditional manufacturers. Our advanced manufacturing capability includes cutting-edge additive manufacturing, commonly called 3D printing. To understand its applications, it’s important to be clear on the processes, potential and practical considerations that make it suitable for specific projects.
Romar has provided quality manufacturing solutions for over 50 years, and it remains a leader in Australian manufacturing, thanks to diverse expertise. Central to our advanced capability is the Lasertec 65 – an outstanding 3D printer with unique additive – and subtractive – capability. As understanding of this technology grows, we can likely expect an uptake of innovative hybrid manufacturing solutions.
Romar excels at scalable and commercially viable manufacturing solutions… with key capability in advanced manufacturing. We recently upgraded our DMG Mori Lasertec 65 3D printer for increased capability in a few key areas. For our customers in the medical, mining, aerospace and defence sectors, this means even more flexibility and opportunity for innovative and efficient advanced manufacturing solutions.
As a contract manufacturer, Romar Engineering has been manufacturing components for satellites with excellent results. Our knowledge of the space sector, combined with our investment in advanced manufacturing, has enabled us to expand our offering, including fluid and motion control valves, propulsion components and fuel tanks.
The future of scalable manufacturing. Manufacturing has always been a critical pillar of any country’s economy, and Australia is no different. Manufacturing is evolving rapidly, and the future lies in scalable, technologically advanced solutions that cater to emerging markets.