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ARCEMY ‘X-Edition 6700’ now operational at US Navy’s AM CoE

The successful completion of the commissioning process triggers the final payment for the system to AML3D, representing 50% of the order value

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AML3D’s industrial-scale ARCEMY ‘X-Edition 6700’ WAAM metal 3D printing system (ARCEMY X) at the US Navy’s Additive Manufacturing Centre of Excellence (AM CoE) in Danville, Virginia, is now commissioned and operational.

The AUD$1.1 million order was placed through AML3D’s value-added reseller Philips Corporation, with payment made in stages, upon meeting delivery and installation milestones. The successful completion of the commissioning process triggers the final payment for the system, representing 50% of the order value.

AML3D's ARCEMY 'X-Edition 6700' now operational at US Navy’s AM CoE. The successful completion of the process triggers the final payment. The success of the US ‘Scale up’ strategy, which delivered over AUD$12 million of orders in 2023, is allowing AML3D to progress the establishment of US facilities to accelerate the adoption of AML3D’s advanced additive manufacturing technologies across the US defense, federal, and other corporate sectors. AML3D has a particular focus on the US Navy’s submarine industrial base and will be able to pursue more opportunities that are often restricted to companies with US-based operations due to the sensitive nature of the projects

“We are extremely pleased to have a fully operational ARCEMY ‘X’, our largest industrial metal 3D printing system, at the US Navy’s Danville Center of Excellence. The successful commissioning of this system is a clear demonstration of the effectiveness of our US ‘Scale-up’ strategy, the benefits of having Phillips Corporation as a reseller partner to complement our US sales force, and very much supports exploring opportunities to establish US facilities,” said Sean Ebert, CEO of AML3D. “The US Department of Defense is working to rapidly adopt advanced manufacturing technologies to establish sovereign defense supply chains that are resilient, competitive, and sustainable. The US Navy’s decision to install an ARCEMY X system at Danville demonstrates their confidence in AML3D’s advanced manufacturing technology and its ability to support the US Navy’s submarine industrial base. It is also a validation of AML3D’s strategic focus on delivering ARCEMY systems to the US maritime, federal, and defense sectors.”

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