A complete manufacturing solution company.
From concept ideas and innovative designs to prototyping and manufacturing in Australia.

Utilising our skills and equipment for Dfam optimisations and 3D Printing in Metals, Composite materials, and High Temp Engineering Plastics to CNC machining.

The New Forge Advantage

Competitive product + prototype development

Rapid turnaround and speed to market

Manufacturing of complex geometric + ogranic objects

Expert technical advice and support

What We Do
New Forge is an Australian company established in 2019 to fulfill the market’s demand for Industrial Additive Manufacturing (commonly known as 3D printing).

As a leading industrial additive manufacturer, New Forge works with clients from concept designs and innovative CAD designs to prototyping and part manufacturing. New Forge utilises the latest technology to manufacture custom products in a fast and economically viable way. Our core competencies include:


CAD Drawing and Product Design using Dfam principles


Generative Design and Re-Engineering


Product Prototyping


3D Scanning


Local CNC Machining


Metal 3D Printing


Carbon Fibre 3D Printing


Small Scale Manufacturing


INTAMSYS High-Temperature 3D Printers are optimised for applications in industries as diverse as Automotive, Aerospace, Oil & Gas, Medical sector. Unleash your creativity using these industrial level 3D printers that are capable of printing PEEK, PEKK, PPSU, PEI, Ultem, ABS, ASA, PLA, Nylon, TPU and more. What would you print?

We sell and use the Intamsys range of 3D Printers in our business with proven results. Which means we have the experience to share with you, whether this is slicer software settings or troubleshooting our support and product training is first class!

Get started today and talk to our team to find the best solution for you.

New Forge - 3D Printing Service

3D Printing with New Forge helps you solve the problem of slow turnaround times often associated with traditional manufacturing methods, allowing shorter prototype cycles and a faster time to market. This latest technology allows us to manufacture complex geometric objects across a wide range of materials, previously not possible through traditional methods. The key advantage being single part, or low volume manufacture can now be economically viable as there is little to no setup cost in comparison to other methods.
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Industry News

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Published on: 2021-10-27
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Published on: 2021-10-27
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Published on: 2020-01-30
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