AML3D Limited, headquartered in Edinburgh, Australia, has received an AUS $2.5 million order for a 6700 Edition ARCEMY Additive Manufacturing machine from Cogitic Corporation, a supplier of components to the US Navy’s Submarine Industrial base.
The 6700 Edition ARCEMY is AML3D’s largest industrial-scale metal Additive Manufacturing machine and is capable of producing components for the US Navy and other defence applications. The company expects final commissioning will occur in mid-2024.
Cogitic, based in Colorado Springs, Colorado, USA, is an engineering and manufacturing company specialising in complex geometry components and assemblies. It services critical marine defence and defence-related industries with ‘cannot fail’ applications.
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“As a longstanding supplier to the US defence industry, Cogitic has a reputation for combining innovative engineering with advanced technology to solve manufacturing problems, which makes ARCEMY System an attractive technology to enhance their manufacturing capability,” stated Sean Ebert, CEO, AML3D.
“It is encouraging to see the momentum within AML3D’s US Scale up strategy continuing to accelerate and to see the commercial benefits as a result. We will remain alert to opportunities to maximise this commercial advantage, such as purchase and/or lease agreements, and the rapid deployment of our ARCEMY systems,” continued Ebert.
“AML3D is committed to providing the US defence sector with point of need advanced manufacturing solutions and to developing and deepening our long-term, strategic partnership with key stakeholders within the US Navy’s submarine programme and supply chain. Our US scale up strategy also includes meeting the advanced manufacturing and metal 3D printing needs of global Tier 1 Oil and Gas and Aerospace companies.”
“Our newly established relationship with Cogitic is built around supporting the US Navy’s submarine industrial base but Cogitic is also a key supplier to other industries, which may present opportunities to access these markets in the future,” Ebert concluded.