Wire-arc additive manufacturing (WAAM) is a large-scale metal 3D printing process. According to figures from Cranfield University, a promoter and key developer of the technology, WAAM is used in over 60 projects around the world, together worth more than $4.8 million....
AML technologies has entered an Agreement with Scandium International, a listed mining company developing the Nyngan Scandium Project in NSW as the world’s first scandium only producing mine, to conduct tests on scandium alloys using AML’s innovative wire-arc additive manufacturing technology
We are proud to announce the support of the Australian Government. AML Technologies Pty Ltd will utilise the kickstart funding to bring large scale 3D metal printing to commercial markets. AML Technologies is one of 24 Australian businesses that will benefit from...
AML is pleased to announce the location for the initial manufacturing plant is 14 Pentland Rd, Salisbury South, SA 5106. The highly specialized installation process is underway Tours of the plant and facilities are not available at this time. Facility visits will be...
Accelerating 3D Manufacturing
AML had a very successful week at the Accelerating 3D Convention held in Fort Worth, Dallas TX. These conferences are an excellent way to gauge market conditions and connect with customers and suppliers. We highly recommend these events and look forward to the Frankfurt convention.
Touring the convention, we focused on the metal exhibit providers and suppliers. We found many companies with variations of small ‘in box’ solutions. These types do a great job, however, we see them as complimentary to our process not competition.
AML is proud to be a sponsor of Rusdan/Goodman and Oxley/Oxley. Plans for a collaborative project are underway.
Our software and engineers will prepare your design for production and finishing to the size and standards you require.
All Metals and Alloys: The potential of this process can be multiplied by the range of metals and additives that can be produced.