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
Arcemy® module to provide Rowlands with robotic automation for Additive joining and manufacturing, improving their capabilities to service defence and agricultural clients.
ASC Shipbuilding has identified AML3D’s WAM® as a technology with the potential to participate in its shipbuilding activities. A commercial evaluation program for Additive Manufacturing initiated by ASC Shipbuilding will test parts manufactured using AML’s proprietary WAM® process
AML3D is pleased to announce that it has received firm commitments for a share placement to raise $7.0 million (before costs) through the issue of ~15.5 million shares in the Company
AML3D to deliver an evolutionary lifting device, Davit Arm. The PO follows successful completion of the design and optimisation phase.
AML3D has shipped a Stainless Steel marine propeller to 3D Printing Corporation in Japan. Propeller showcases advantages of WAM® over cast equivalents.
AML3D to co-develop and implement ‘IIoT’ technology into its future Arcemy® units. Project to allow remote access control of real-time WAM® printing and analysis over AML3D’s printing production units globally. Platform to provide a fully integrated customer service solution capable of driving greater production efficiency
AML3D has executed a contract with Austal Limited to co-develop components for maritime defence applications
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