ARCEMY Industrial metal 3D printing starts with ARCEMY®

About ARCEMY® X Edition

When manufacturing industrial parts that are extra in size and extra in nature, you can’t go past the ARCEMY® X Edition. With the most significant footprint of the fleet, ARCEMY® X features an impressive 3.2 m reach employing a 6700 robotic arm. With a minimum safe print area of 0.5 m wide by 0.5 m long, and a maximum print area of 1.8 m x 1.8 m the ARCEMY® X Edition provides a more extensive working range perfect for using Wire-arc Additive Manufacturing industrial large-scale parts for aerospace, defence, maritime, oil & gas and heavy industries. Unlike other systems in the market, ARCEMY® operates in an open-air environment and is fully customizable to suit specific part or customer requirements.

ARCEMY® X configuration is not restricted, should a larger print area, or higher weight capacity be required for industrial metal 3D printing, AML3D can architect a solution to suit.

ARCEMY®X Edition Features

System Footprint

6.9 m w x 6.9 m l x 3.0 m h
22.6’ x 22.6’ x 9.8’


3.2 m

Max. Build Envelope

1.8 m x 1.8 m
71” x 71”

Weight Capacity

≤ 750 kg


8 (with positioner)


Smart Laser Sensor

ARCEMY® offers the latest in intelligent laser sensor technology. With a measuring rate of up to 4kHz and a range of up to 500 mm, the high-precision sensor featured on ARCEMY® ensures stable measurement results while tracking surface regulation. Sensitive to micro-level changes, the small light spot sensor is characterised by a resolution of 1µm and linearity from 8µm.


Perfecting Pyrometer

Temperatures are reliably and precisely measured with a state-of-the-art, high-speed infrared pyrometer. ARCEMY® features a pyrometer sensor with a spectral range of 2.3µm, an optical range of 33:1 and can measure temperature ranges between 100 and 600° Celsius. The pyrometer features a fast response time for temperature-critical metallic materials, enabling better interpass temperature control.


Dynamic Cooler

Manage interpass temperatures with the ARCEMY® system’s dynamic cooler. Working with feedback from the high-speed infrared pyrometer and AMLSoft™ cooling rates are managed depending on the material type. The cooling application can assist with achieving specific mechanical properties for metal 3D printed parts using the Wire Additive Manufacturing process.


Advanced Arc

Incorporating Fronius welding technology, ARCEMY® industrial metal 3D printers provide an intelligent, efficient and reliable Wire Additive Manufacturing solution compared to traditional manufacturing methods. When combined with AMLSoft™, Fronius welding packages offer precision wire feeding, ensuring the highest deposition rate possible for each certified metal wire feedstock variant without compromising the material properties.

ARCEMY® Unlock the potential of large-scale metal 3D printing

ARCEMY Systems


Toolcraft looks to partner with AML3D whenever there is scope for their process – when manufacturing parts larger than commonly available materials or when sourcing exotic metals is cost prohibitive.

Greg Stevens

Toolcraft, General Manager Business

By building a supply chain for 3D Printed Industrial components, we are able to drastically reduce lead time and inventory costs for our industrial clients. This first phase is qualifying a component that frequently requires replacement due to harsh conditions and we expect a cost savings of approximately 700,000 USD per annum when AML3D’s WAM® technology is fully integrated.

Alexander S. De Vore


Wire Arc Additive Manufacturing, or WAAM, has the potential to enable a productivity step change in shipbuilding, able to 3D print marine grade metal structures at a scale well beyond other commercially available metal 3D printing technologies.

Andrew Malcolm

Austal, Chief Digital Officer

We are excited to be working closely with AML3D on delivering this new 3D printing technology to Victorian organisations. The equipment funded through the Victorian Higher Education State Investment Fund complements our current range of 3D printing technologies and opens the opportunities for working closely with Victorian and, more broadly, Australian organisations on delivering new products and processes based on this technology as well as training the next generation of engineers in digital manufacturing.

Prof. Brandt

RMIT Centre for Additive Manufacturing, Centre Director

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