Australian scientists have created a 3D Print jet engine in the world The first breakthrough is expected to bring opportunities for advanced manufacturing. Engineers at Monash University, Deakin University and CSIRO have printed two gas turbine engines, which are \"AIDS\" used on aircraft such as the French business aircraft Falcon 20. One of the printing engines is currently on display at the Avalon International air show in Victoria and the other in France. Wu Xinhua of the Monash additive manufacturing center said it was a hard process to make an engine. \"We assembled the engine into pieces and scanned the components. Then we printed two copies. It\'s a complex project that took a year, \"Wu MS said in a statement on Thursday. Scientists believe the breakthrough will lead to more advanced manufacturing work in Australia and say \"proof of concept\" has created opportunities for local companies. \"No one has printed the entire engine commercially,\" said Ben Batagol of Monash University company Amaero Engineers, who provided the technology to Australian industry. \"This project is an amazing proof of concept, which leads to a significant contract with aerospace companies,\" added Mr Batagol . \". After 30 years of relative obscurity, 3D- According to digital design, the printing of \"print\" objects using laser from metal or plastic is becoming a hot topic -- About technology. HP computer giant Packard announced that it will launch a super Fast 3D printers on the market by 2016. General Electric and Boeing also expressed interest in the technology.