AML3D receives AS9100D Aerospace Quality Management accreditation for its DED Additive Manufacturing

March 19, 2024

AML3D Limited, headquartered in Edinburgh, Australia, has announced that it has received the Aerospace Quality Management System, AS9100D:2016 Accreditation (“AS9100D”) for its WAM® technology, a form of wire-based Directed Energy Deposition (DED), also known as Wire Arc Additive Manufacturing (WAAM). AML3D is reported to be one of only two DED companies in the world to have the AS9100D accreditation.

The accreditation will enable the company to manufacture flight and non-flight components which will be certified for the aviation and defence industries. This provides the company with a significant competitive advantage when bidding for Aerospace and Defence contracts.

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“Having the ambition to target and then achieve AS9100D accreditation is a significant milestone for AML3D and is a great credit to the talent, expertise and dedication of our people,” stated Sean Ebert, AML3D’s Chief Executive Officer. “It demonstrates our ability to deliver the highest quality components into the aviation, space and defence sectors; enhances our credibility and reputation as a leading provider of advanced Additive Manufacturing solutions and positions AML3D as a highly competitive player in the Aerospace market.”

“We are continuing to see momentum build in our US ‘Scale-up’ strategy, which delivered over $12 million of orders in 2023, and expanding further into the US and other significant global Aerospace and Defence sectors, a key part of AML3D’s growth strategy, will be helped by having AS9100D,” added Ebert.

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