Australian government awards $376,200 to commercialize wire-arc additive manufacturing

Australian government awards $376,200 to commercialize wire-arc additive manufacturing

Additive Metal Layering Technologies (AMLTECH), a 3D printed metal parts manufacturer based in Adelaide, Australia, has received a share of $8.51 million (USD) in grants offered by the nation’s Entrepreneurs Accelerating Commercialisation program. Specializing in a trademark Wire-Arc Additive Manufacturing (WAM) process, AMLTECH has been selected by the government to establish a large scale metal 3D printing service within the region. Metal parts with 75% less waste WAM at AMLTECH is a process based on traditional welding. It uses a metal wire feedstock that melts on contact with a heated electrical charge, know as the “arc”. CAD modeled objects […]

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