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AML3D inks $2.2M contract with Austal USA for largest ARCEMY system

Metal additive manufacturing AML3D has clinched a monumental deal worth approximately AUD 2.2 million with shipbuilding company Austal USA.

Case study: Argon gas heat exchangers revolutionise AMCM’s metal 3D printing machines

AMCM, a provider of customised metal 3D printing machines, has embarked on a journey to advance additive manufacturing by enhancing the thermal management and performance of its flagship M 4K printer, according to a case study published on Conflux Technology's website.

Metal 3D printing market projected to reach $5.4B in 2023 amid economic challenges, says...

The seventh edition of Additive Manufacturing Research's "Metal AM Markets: 2023" report has forecasted that the metal 3D printing market will reach $5.4 billion in 2023, including $3.2 billion for contract services, $1.3 billion for hardware, and $920 million for materials.

AML3D reports positive full year results as its focus shifts to US industrial manufacturers

Metal additive manufacturing company AML3D Limited has reported strong results in earnings for the full year ended 30 June, highlighting US Defence revenues of over $6 million.

Students use metal 3D printing to establish new standards in rocket design

The race is on to make space components more dependable, affordable, scalable, and producible using agile manufacturing techniques as the aerospace industry moves quickly towards additive manufacturing (AM) as a method to convert innovative, physics-based designs into higher-performing parts.

Metal 3D printing market size to worth around USD $16b by 2031

A recent report from SmarTech Analysis revealed that the metal additive manufacturing (AM) services revenue is forecasted to reach USD 16.1 billion (AUD 24 billion) by 2031.

Driving the renaissance of the manufacturing industry through metal 3D printing

Manufacturers using welding techniques suffer from limitations in realising complex structures because of the limited process of building one layer at a time – this is because subsequent layers are laminated after complete solidification preventing the molten metal from flowing down. As a result, a cooling period is necessary, and the circumstances that can be laminated are restricted to certain examples.

Nupress to use SPEE3D technology to deliver amphibian aerospace applications

Advanced technology manufacturer SPEE3D has partnered with New South Wales-based Nupress to evaluate and supply applications to the Amphibious Aircraft project with a production service that grants local manufacturers access to the WarpSPEE3D metal 3D printer.

AML3D metal 3D printing tech to support US Navy base

Adelaide-based large-scale 3D metal printing company AML3D said it is set to sell its industrial ARCEMY ‘X-Edition 6700’ Wire Arc Additive Manufacturing metal 3D printing system in a bid to scale up parts supply to the US Navy’s submarine industrial base.

3D Metalforge awarded ABS’ first-ever 3D printing certification

ASX-listed manufacturing company 3D Metalforge (3MF) has secured the American Bureau of Shipping (ABS) license for additive production of metal parts.  The certification was awarded...

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