Western Australia based iKad Engineering has acquired a highly specialized Arcemy module from AML3D.
It is the third Arcemy WAM 3D printer that AML3D has sold this year, with an initial $300,000 purchase order received and a final sale value in excess of $500,000, subject to agreement on final specifications. iKAD Engineering is a mechanical and structural engineering company providing project management and engineering solutions to Defence, Industrial, Mining, Marine, Oil & Gas, and Water Technology industries. The Australian company recognized the advanced capabilities of AML3D’s Arcemy module and its underlying Wire Arc Manufacturing (“WAM”) technology. With its flexible configuration, the Arcemy module’s ability to manufacture large scale structures of multiple length and diameter dimensions will provide iKAD with the opportunity to manufacture with higher deposition speeds and less downtime than traditional manufacturing practices. “We are excited to work with AML3D by making a significant investment to enhance our manufacturing capabilities and grow our business through driving advances in Australia’s sovereign manufacturing capacity and technology,” commented Ivan Donjerkovich, iKAD Engineering’s Managing Director. “Australia – he added – has an enviable opportunity in being at the forefront of the biggest shifts in manufacturing since the early 1900s and we intend […]
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