AML3D sells ARCEMY® metal 3D print system to the University of Queensland.
- University of Queensland (UQ) to purchase ARCEMY® large scale 3D printing unit
- ARCEMY® printing unit to be used across a range of existing and new additive manufacturing R&D initiatives at UQ
- Unit supplied can 3D print across a variety of metal alloys and allows up to 1.5m dimensions and 750 kgs in mass
AML3D Limited (ASX: AL3) (“AML3D” or “the Company”) is pleased to announce the sale of one of its ARCEMY® WAM® printing units to the University of Queensland (“UQ”).
The c. $400,000 sale comprises one of AML3D’s ARCEMY® WAM® printing units which is capable of 3D printing all metallic alloys up to dimensions of c. 1.5 m3 and mass of ~ 750 kgs with an approximate deposition rate of up to 7-8 kgs/hour depending on the material being used.
AML3D’s ARCEMY® units are unique in that they are certified across a very wide range of welding wire feedstock based metals, making them significantly more flexible than powder-based printers.
AML3D will work with UQ in the installation and commissioning of this unit which is expected to be used for education and R&D at the University of Queensland.
Commenting on the sale, AML3D’s Managing Director, Andy Sales, said:
We are thrilled to be able to supply UQ with what we believe is the world’s most sophisticated integrated wire-based 3D printing unit. There is an expectation that we will work closely with UQ in the future around specific R&D programs that will benefit both parties in research, industry application and students’ base learning and research.
This announcement has been authorised for release by the Board of AML3D.
Source: ARCEMY® sale to University of Queensland PDF, Press Release, Company News
About AML3D Limited
AML3D Limited is an Australian public company incorporated on 14 November 2014 and currently operates out of its Adelaide Manufacturing Centre. The Company specialises in providing commercial large-scale “Additive Metal Layering” 3D printing services to Defence, Maritime, Automotive and Resources customers. The Company has commercialised its technology under the trademark WAM® and proprietary software WAMSoft® which combines metallurgical science and engineering design to fully automate the 3D printing process utilising advanced robotics technology.