FAQ + Video Policy

What is Metal 3D Printing?

Metal 3D printing is an additive manufacturing (AM) process, otherwise known as an industry 4.0 manufacturing technique.

Within additive manufacturing there exists many types of metal 3D printing technologies. One of these technologies is Cold Spray. SPEE3D’s Cold Spray technology is a supersonic deposition process that uses metal powder to build parts extremely cheaply and quickly. It is a solid-state process where metal powder shoots out of a rocket nozzle up to Mach 3 and is deposited onto a substrate (a metal plate), building up the metal part layer by layer until completion. The SPEE3D high-speed Cold Spray process takes between only a couple of minutes to a maximum of a couple of hours depending on the part. This incredible process is 100 to 1000 times faster than traditional metal 3D printing.

This is the metal 3D printing process individuals are able to learn about in SPEE3DCraft, where users have a limited time to design, metal 3D print, heat treat, CNC machine, and post-process metal parts.

If you want to learn more about SPEE3D’s Cold Spray process Click Here

Who is SPEE3D?

SPEE3D, based in Darwin and Melbourne, Australia, is an innovative supplier of

metal-based additive manufacturing technology. SPEE3D focuses on the development, assembly, and distribution of machines and integrated system solutions based on the patented cold-spray technology. The products enable significantly faster, lower-cost, and more scalable production than traditional metal printing techniques for copper and aluminium.

More information and other relevant media about SPEE3D’s metal 3D printing technology can be found at www.spee3d.com

How do I download SPEE3DCraft?

Users submit a Verified Email address on the www.spee3dcraft.com homepage. Once it is verified, the user is sent a link to download SPEE3DCraft.

What Engine is your simulator made in?

We built and developed SPEE3DCraft in Unreal Engine, a game engine developed by Epic Games.

Will SPEE3D allow Social Media Content creators to monetise videos featuring gameplay footage of SPEE3DCraft/VIDEO POLICY?
  • Can I live stream and publish content using simulator footage?
    Please do - share as much as you like! SPEE3D encourages you to create, upload, and stream any free or ad-supported content involving SPEE3DCraft.

  • Can I create and upload videos using simulator footage of SPEE3DCraft?
    SPEE3D is more than happy to let you create any and all types of video gameplay content and footage, and even monetise it on YouTube and other streaming platforms. We just ask within your content to reference SPEE3D.

  • Can I use the SPEE3DCraft logo and visuals in my video thumbnail, stream preview, or stream notifications?
    Yes you can. We just ask within your content to make a reference SPEE3D.

  • Can I use the SPEE3DCraft part prints and visuals in assignment work?
    You are more than welcome to! Just reference SPEE3D and go ace your assessment!

  • Can I show SPEE3DCraft visuals, screenshots and gameplay as part of my presentation for my Company/Department/Institution/Lab?
    Yes, same with assignments, just reference SPEE3D and we are confident you will give a fantastic presentation!

I would like to provide some feedback to SPEE3DCraft and/or let someone at SPEE3D know of a bug issue. How do I get in contact?

If you would like to contact us in general, to provide some feedback to SPEE3DCraft or report a bug or technical issue with the simulator, send us an email at spee3dcraft@spee3d.com and we will do our best to get back to you as soon as possible.

What Hashtags can I use to talk about SPEE3DCraft over social media?

Great question! When talking about SPEE3DCraft or sharing your high score, make sure we can find and congratulate you through these hashtags: