AML3D to co-develop ‘Industrial Internet of Things’ technology
  • AML3D to co-develop and implement ‘Industrial Internet of Things’ technology into its future Arcemy® units
  • Project to allow remote access control of real-time WAM® printing and analysis over AML3D’s printing production units globally
  • Platform to provide a fully integrated customer service solution capable of driving greater production efficiency

AML3D Limited (ASX: AL3) (“AML3D” or “the Company”) is pleased to announce it has entered into a Memorandum of Understanding (“MoU”) with the Advanced Manufacturing Growth Centre (“AMGC”) and Dematec Automation Pty Ltd (“Dematec”) to co-develop industrial internet of things (“IIOT”) solutions for AML3D’s Adelaide Production printing modules and Arcemy® printing units. 

The project aims to deliver a solution that enables AML3D’s distributed manufacturing business model strategy enabling the deployment of Arcemy® units close to customer sites globally. 

AML3D’s engineers and technicians will then be able to centralise control of deployed Arcemy® models via ‘printing module dashboards’ to allow local production of parts manufacturing on demand for our customers. 

This initiative includes enabling an Artificial Intelligence capability in line with our product development roadmap to enable smarter machines in line with the markets anticipated development over the next 3-5 years. 

AML3D intends on utilising these technologies to drive efficiencies internally, but more importantly, externally to deliver a fully integrated customer service solution, capable of:

  • Centralised remote operation of ARCEMY® units deployed globally based on customer location demand
  • Deployment of future ‘virtual warehouse’ of parts for customers
  • Enabling Artificial Intelligence interfaces as part of the AML3D product development roadmap to optimise the print process

AML3D’s Managing Director, Mr Andrew Sales, commented:

“We’re eager to embark on this program with two highly regarded innovation partners. The enhanced capabilities of the proposed platform will provide us with complete oversight of all production units globally.  A greater level of live insight is key to driving efficiencies, both internally and externally.  Once integrated, the platform will only further imbed our technologies within our clients’ operations, solidifying AML3D as a core advanced manufacturing partner.”

Dematec CEO, Mr David Hart, stated:

“At Dematec, we’re focused on pushing the Australian manufacturing sector to the forefront of innovation. AML3D is a great example of Australian ingenuity, and we’re excited to embark on a co-development program that will only further enhance their offering.”

This announcement has been authorised for release by the Board of AML3D.

AML3D managing director Andrew Sales with Dematec Automation managing director David Hart at AML3D’s new facility in Edinburgh Parks. Picture: Roy VanDerVegt


About AML3D Limited

AML3D (ASX:AL3) is an Australian public company redefining the standards of productivity. Incorporated in 2014, AML3D utilises 3D printing to solve complex challenges with metallurgy, patented WAM® process, proprietary software WAMSoft®, creating certified, industrial products more sustainably. AML3D provides additive manufacturing on demand services in contract manufacturing centres and is the original equipment manufacturer of Arcemy®, metal 3D printers that utilise local materials to manufacture high performance products closer to the location of use.