About AML3D

AML3D is disrupting metal part supply chains using patented Wire Additive Manufacturing (WAM®).

Our focus is on the disruption of casting, forging and billet machining processes using technology that challenges the global manufacturing supply chain.

Our patented WAM® process includes the use of welding science, robotics automation, materials engineering and proprietary software to support smarter, leaner and greener manufacturing.

Our Company

AML3D combines a deep understanding of state of the art welding science, welding science, robotics automation, materials engineering and proprietary software to produce an automated 3D printing system operating in a freeform environment. This enables fast and efficient manufacture of components and structures using our patented Wire Additive Manufacturing (WAM®) process, which is more cost-effective and has increased strength compared to traditional casting, forging or billet machining methods.

Building on the company’s unique expertise, achievements and continued relationships with Universities and scientific organisations (Flinders University, Deakin University, RMIT and CSIRO). AML3DLimited has further upgraded the manufacturing service bureau headquartered in Adelaide. It still remains the only metals diversified large-scale WAM® production facility in the Southern Hemisphere and is capable of producing finished parts and components to a certified standard under an accredited Quality Management System.

Entrepreneur’s Program supported and helped to fund the initial pilot operation, systems and software in order to demonstrate the technology. During this time several pilot trials were completed resulting in further software development, know-how and improvement of process procedures, and has been encompassed by the achievement of ISO9001 Quality Management Certification and AML becoming the world’s first accredited wire-feedstock Additive Manufacturing Facility through Lloyd’s Register (Singapore). This was successfully completed as of March 2019.

The initial objective was to establish a commercially viable contract service/manufacturing (facility), AM/3DP design engineering service, product sales of proprietary equipment, software licencing, technical support and consumable sales.

The Company in addition to being the OEM for the ARCEMY® print module, AML3D provides a Design for Additive Manufacturing (DfAM) service that optimises that supports customers with the optimisation of their parts for the WAM process. 

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Our Board

Andrew Sales

MEng, MSc, CEng, CMatP
Managing Director

Andrew is a Chartered Engineer with a Master of Engineering and Master of Science and is a renowned expert in welding technology with over 27 years of global experience (Australia, Europe, South America, Africa and Asia). Andrew has held varying roles across upper management and senior leadership within the oil and gas, resources and mining sectors as well as advanced manufacturing, heavy engineering and fabrication.

He is also the author of numerous technical papers in the field of welding high strength corrosion resistant alloys. In addition to Science and Engineering qualifications at Masters level, he also holds a Diploma in Quality Management and Auditing. He is a Chartered Engineer through ECUK and TWI (UK), a professional member of Materials Australia holding a CMatP, and also sits on two Standards Australia committees including the newly established committee for Additive Manufacturing.

Andrew founded AML Technologies in 2014 and has been Managing Director since that time.

Sean Ebert

BEng Hons(Electrical), GAICD, MBA
Non-Executive Director

Sean has 25 years of executive and board level experience across public and commercial sectors with particular experience within the engineering sectors of oil and gas, mining and resources and emerging technologies in Australia, Middle East, South America, US and Europe.

Sean is a non-executive director of Mighty Craft Limited (ASX: MCL) and Ecas 4 Australia Pty Ltd, Deputy Chairman of FCT International Pty Ltd and Chairman of Tony’s Wholesale Flowers Pty Ltd.

Sean was previously the CEO of Beston Pacific Asset Management, Global Director M&A of WorleyParsons, CEO of Camms Pty Ltd and CEO Camms Profit Impact Pty Ltd.

Leonard Piro

BEc, DipCorpMgmt
Non-Executive Director

Leonard is the former Deputy Chief Executive of the SA Department of Trade and Economic Development, Executive Director Manufacturing and Chief Executive Automotive Industry Transformation Taskforce and Group Executive Director and Chairman of the Tonsley Re-development.  Leonard has had exposure to manufacturing trends and strategies in Europe and the US.

Christine Manuel

Company Secretary

Christine is an experienced Company Secretary and corporate governance professional and has held Company Secretary and executive roles in a range of listed and unlisted entities over more than 20 years. Christine was formerly Company Secretary of Santos Group companies and People’s Choice Credit Union and is currently Company Secretary of ASX listed Angel Seafood Holdings Ltd.

Christine holds postgraduate qualifications in Applied Corporate Governance and is a Chartered Secretary. She is Vice-President of the Board and past SA/NT State Council Chair of the Governance Institute of Australia. She regularly facilitates Governance Institute training courses.

Our Team

AML3D Hamish

Hamish McEwin

CA. BAcc.
Chief Financial Officer

A leader with 25 years of accounting, finance and senior management roles, Hamish specialises in driving operational transformation and nurturing talent across manufacturing, import/export, and distribution sectors.

AML3D Brad

Brad Coulter

Group Sales Manager

A sales leader across a range of industry sectors with over 30 years of engineering experience, Brad brings a combination of extensive specialty metals and precision manufacturing knowledge to AML3D.

A global industry

With the 3D printing market for metal on the rise, this advanced manufacturing technique is being touted as the next industrial revolution and has been forecast to grow exponentially over the next 20 years.