Australian Meat Processor Corporation 3D Print Spare Parts

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The Company in Focus: Australian Meat Processor Corporation

The Australian Meat Processor Corporation (AMPC) is the research and development corporation for the red meat processing industry in Australia. Its mission is to drive world class innovation, adoption, and strategic policy development through genuine partnerships built on trust.

In a high-volume environment like a processing plant, parts such as bolts and rollers can wear or break. As in any industry, time is money and, if a part fails, the result is lost productivity and expensive downtime until the part can be sourced and replaced.

At a glance:

  • 3D Printed Replacement Parts

  • Delivery times reduced from weeks to hours

  • Production line downtime significantly reduced

  • Independence from external suppliers

  • Losses of tens of thousands of dollars avoided

  • 3D printed parts used in Food and Beverage industry

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