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AML3D establishes new manufacturing hub in Ohio

AML3D Limited has signed a 64-month lease to establish its US headquarters and manufacturing facility in Stow, Ohio.

AML3D expands presence with new USA facility post $3.9M capital raise

AML3D Limited has revealed plans to establish a dedicated facility in Ohio, USA, to bolster its presence and capitalize on the demand for advanced manufacturing technologies, particularly within the US Defence industry.

US Congress greenlights key measures in NDAA 2024 for AUKUS submarine transfer

The United States Congress has passed the 2024 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA), a comprehensive legislation that not only addresses critical aspects of Australia’s nuclear-powered submarine program but also establishes key exemptions for both Australia and the United Kingdom from US defence export control licensing.

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.

AML3D wins $2m contract to manufacture submarine parts for US Navy

Metal additive manufacturing company AML3D has confirmed the receipt of a $2 million contract to manufacture submarine components for the US Navy in a push to address supply chain demands.

AML3D prepping to ship ARCEMY X 3D printer to support US Defence

Wire Additive Manufacturing company AML3D is making the final preparations to deliver its large-scale ARCEMY X-Edition 6700 System to Oak Ridge International Laboratory in Tennessee as it enters the US Defence market as an OEM supplier. 

5 ways advanced metal additive manufacturing can revolutionise the defence industry – Velo3D

Defence organisations in the United States and the rest of the world are under increased pressure to maintain their competitive edge by examining the most recent technology developments as the balance of power shifts and pressure grows.

Mobilicom’s Q1 update shows $1.2m new orders for Tier-1 drone manufacturers

Drone manufacturer Mobilicom has continued to fulfil existing contracts and advance potential sales of its mobile ground control system with AUD 1.2 million new orders in Q1 FY23 from over 50 per cent of Tier-1 drone manufacturers.

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. 

Orbital UAV to deliver engine development support to Anduril

Uncrewed aerial vehicle company Orbital UAV was selected to provide engine development support for US-based defence products company Anduril Industries.  As part of the initial...


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