AML3D and Austal Australia receives a formal verification statement for a maritime product from DNV, an independent expert in risk management and quality assurance. Accreditation shows that AML3D’s ‘WAM®’ process meets requirements for naval and commercial vessels and provides a pathway for a large range of components to be made using this technology.
AML3D to produce two industrial components for a global industry leader and 3D Printing Corporation client. Successful testing phase may lead to significant commercial opportunities. The Company continues to explore additional opportunities with 3D Printing Corporation clients
The appointment of Mr McEwin, who has over 25 years of experience within accounting, finance and senior management roles, is a key step in the development of AML3D’s senior leadership team in accordance with the Company’s growth strategy.
AML3D to manufacture marine grade stainless steel impeller for Thyssenkrupp and Wilhelmsen Ships Service. Aims to demonstrate advantages of WAM® over traditional casting methods.
Sale of highly specialised Arcemy® module to iKAD. iKAD Engineering is an engineering solutions provider to Defence, Industrial, Natural Resources and Water Technology sectors. Arcemy® module to provide iKAD with robotic automation for large scale pipe manufacture featuring varying widths and diameters
AML3D enters Stage 2 with Lightforce in the development of next-generation, ‘made-to-fit’ titanium body armour. Under Stage 2, AML3D will develop additional prototypes to undertake repeatability ballistics testing
AML3D commences program for AdditiveNow, performing the first phase of a program to design and manufacture a large part for a major Australian mining company. The AdditiveNow collaboration is focused on accelerating the adoption of WAM® within its global network
2020 Annual General Meeting
ABC news interviews AML3D’s Managing Director, Mr Andrew Sales, about manufacturing for marine within Australia with casting and forging shop closures. It’s the kind of manufacturing the sector wants to foster beyond the pandemic