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A3D, AURORA LABS
macdtrader
post Posted: May 3 2019, 01:59 PM
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In Reply To: macdtrader's post @ May 3 2019, 01:11 PM

Any thoughts on A3D from the resident gurus?
I'm uber bullish on this one. Filled my boots now.
Perhaps 1 more buy if it gets any sillier.
28 million market cap? Cheap cheap cheap

 
macdtrader
post Posted: May 3 2019, 01:11 PM
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A3D priced for failure but soon to be a mega cap.
Some deep digging should be worth it.
First big sale to a major coming soon.

 
nipper
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There's some element of truth in that. Often with collaborations, each party hopes, expects and secretly wants the other party /ies to do the work, but it receive the benefit/ glory.



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A bit of a "fluffy" announcement IMHO. Not sure why it was regarded as price sensitive but I think ASX determines that.

Looking for a $26k grant from govt? I can recall a couple of Aust graphite companies dipping into to their own/shareholder cash reserves - 1x$80k another 120k (if I recall correctly - with Universities to develop products for them - took years, with little to show other than some R&D tax benefits. Maybe this one is different - time will tell.







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nipper
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....signed a binding term sheet with the University of Western Australia and Royal Perth Hospital in a collaboration agreement to develop 3D printing of titanium medical implants.

The objective .. is to develop designs, specifications and parameters for the 3D printing of medical implants for use with humans using Aurora’s S-Titanium Pro Small Format Printer. The parameters developed will be the ‘how to’ instructional guide for printing the human medical implants using an Aurora 3D printer.
- quality control the obvious issue

.......... SP nudged up today some 10%



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In a TH - appears Raising $4M being raised @ $0.3800 - Discount to Close 10.59%.


Called a TH on 7 Feb pending cap raise @ a 10.59% discount - 38c

Resumes trading on 11 Feb - SP declines, closes 38.5c

13 Feb SP spikes to 41c before closing 40c - volume higher than normal @ 310,359 shares

14 Feb goes into another TH pending an announcement regarding a material advancement with the Company’s Rapid Manufacturing Technology (RMT Advancement).

Some lucky "sophisticated investors" were allocated shares in the CR at the low price of 38c??? Why didn't the company wait a couple of days to release RMT "material" advancement that would, I assume, have raised the SP and then do a respectable CR?

Doesn't pass my sniff test. Always seems SOF's get the advantage over retail investors. Hopefully these SOF's are in A3D for the long haul and not just a quick short term buck. Time will tell.


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In a TH - appears Raising $4M being raised @ $0.3800 - Discount to Close 10.59%. This stock reached a dizzy high of $5.39 not long after it listed - if I recall it opened circa 54c - it's last trading price 42c . Receipts from customers in the December Qtr = $87k and for the Half YR $396k
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The Company requests that the trading halt continue until the earlier of the commencement of
trading on Monday 11th February 2019 and the release of an announcement regarding the
Capital Raising, whichever is the earlier.

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"We are producing metals parts for companies at up to 90 per cent cheaper than the current process of producing and delivering them, in many cases saving weeks in waiting for replacement parts through traditional supply chains," CEO David Budge said.

"It is our expectation that Aurora's industry grade, high speed, large format printers will be positioned across the world, particularly in remote areas, so that both large and small companies can replace broken parts with brand new ones created on-site or nearby."

"At some stage in the next two to five years, its my belief, and I believe it is Worley Parsons' belief as well, companies are going to wake up and go 'oh, my goodness I can save somewhere between 10 per cent and 90 per cent on the cost of a part by printing it so why haven't I converted all my inventory into a digital inventory that I can print'," .

Mr Budge said it was in talks with a major miner and processor chewing through $700 million a year in parts and maintenance that wanted the capacity to print its entire plant in-house. While another potential customer just wanted a digital inventory so it could click on a part and have it turn up within days.

The minefield for Aurora and other 3D printers is how to get parts certified so they don't become giant paperweights. Mr Budge said it was trying to keep original equipment manufacturers, the companies that make and supply machinery and plant in the first place, onside by building a digital rights management and certification process into its systems.

"It gives them direct recourse for enforcing any intellectual property rights that they have," he said. "The other bonus for them is that it effectively allows them to potentially sell products all over the world when they may have had a limited market previously."
https://www.afr.com/business/aurora-labs-ha...20181210-h18xon



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A3D ............ AGM presentation ... nice 20% lift*

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"If I had even the slightest grasp upon my own faculties, I would not make essays, I would make decisions." ― Michel de Montaigne
 
mme
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Company may well of been thought of as smoke and mirrors once before but it looks like Budge has hit the motherlode equivalent of metal 3D printing! devilsmiley.gif

 
 


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