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AML3D granted European patent for wire additive manufacturing process

Metal additive manufacturing company AML3D has been granted a European patent for the company’s Wire Additive Manufacturing (WAM) process, fostering its competitive position in the EU.

AML3D announces sale of ARCEMY 3D printing system to Curtin University

Australian metal additive manufacturing firm AML3D announced that its ARCEMY Wire Additive Manufacturing metal 3D printing equipment was sold to Curtin University, a public research university based in Perth. 

Australian company AML3D expands in US Defence market with new reseller agreement

Metal additive manufacturing company AML3D has enlisted US company Phillips Corporation as a value-added reseller for AML3D ARCEMY systems focused on the US Federal Government. 

AML3D launches SPP to further US growth strategy

Additive manufacturing company AML3D Limited has launched a Share Purchase Plan (SPP) to enable current shareholders to raise funds in support of the company’s US growth strategy and to invest in the development of the ARCEMY platform.

AML3D secures $3m via shares placement

Metal additive manufacturing company AML3D said it raised $3 million through a placement of shares to a range of sophisticated investors. 

AML3D announces sale of Arcemy to RMIT’s Additive Manufacturing Centre

3D metal printing company AML3D has sold of one of its Arcemy WAM printing units to the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT). AML3D, which...

3D printer looks to put pedal to the metal

Media Release South Australian hi-tech manufacturer AML3D is ramping up production of its 3D printing and robotic welding units to fuel increasing global demand. The Adelaide-based...
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