AML3D® is a globally accredited Wire Additive Manufacturing facility. Certified through Lloyd’s Register, with ISO9001:2015 QMS, AWS D.20 and BizSafe3 compliance.
Manufacture more superior high-strength parts from a wide range of feedstock material grades using our patented Wire Additive Manufacturing (WAM®) technology.
Help customers to experience less downtime on part replacement with shorter production cycles, saving on inventory and the costs of supply chain bottom line.
Disrupting traditional metal manufacturing processes, such as casting and forging, for a greener, lower energy, lower waste manufacturing solution.
Process can be applied to all weldable metals and alloys. Including but not limited to Aluminium, Titanium, Nickel Alloy and Steel.
Design Optimisations enables new standards of lightweight structures with greater degrees of geometric complexity.
Certified wire feedstock is readily available through secure supply chains, is easy and affordable to store.
Our patented WAM® process allows for material properties to be enhanced, to specific requirements the industry.
ARCEMY® and WAM®
Increased build speed
Fully Certified by Lloyd's Registered Process
Oil & Gas
Quality and Compliance
DNV Approved Maritime Manufacturer
AML3D is the first and only, Wire Additive Manufacturing company globally to be approved by DNV to manufacture large-scale maritime steel and copper alloy components such as valves, fittings, and other general and structural equipment.
Quality assurance for WAM®products
Without certification, parts cannot be approved for use. In 2018, AML3D® became the worlds first facility to receive the “Additive Manufacturing Facility Qualification”.
AML3D® has the world’s largest, certified ‘production-ready’ metal 3D printers.
ISO 9001 2015
We operate a Quality Management System in compliance with the requirements of ISO 9001:2015 for all 3D metal printing, additive manufacturing and welding structures.
AWS International Standard Compliant
When producing metal components, we are compliant with the globally accepted American Welding Society Standard Specification for Fabrication of Metal Components using Additive Manufacturing AWS D20.1/D20.1M:2019 under the criticality classifications of Class A, B and C.