AML3D receives accreditation to fabricate high-value marine parts

Australian additive manufacturing firm AML3D has introduced that it has change into the primary wire feedstock-based firm to obtain accreditation from DNV, a world main Marine and Industrial Classification Society.

The Additive Manufacturing Facility accreditation encompasses an “Approval of Producer” (AoM) certificates and demonstrates AML3D’s WAM expertise meets the improved ‘class certification’ requirements for integrity and high quality which might be utilized to crucial parts within the Oil & Fuel and Marine trade.

The accreditation approves the corporate to supply class licensed parts product of metal for hull construction and tools; copper alloys for valves, fittings and common functions as per DNV guidelines. These elements function in excessive load, strain or corrosive environments.

AML3D now have a major benefit as, for now, they’re the one wire-feed additive producer with the accreditation to produce the elements to DNV’s international buyer base.

AMl3D just lately applied the AS9100D:2016 Normal for aerospace parts and obtained one other world first certification. It was awarded this newest certification by Lloyd’s Register.

AML3D estimates that with entry to each the DNV and Lloyd’s Register buyer bases, the corporate has entry to virtually two-thirds of the worldwide marketplace for excessive worth, class-certified marine parts.

The brand new accreditation aligns with AML3D’s progress technique to extend gross sales of current merchandise, entry new markets and broaden its potential buyer base. The corporate additionally state that it has a method of specializing in enhancing the standard of its merchandise and repair to extend buyer satisfaction.

AML3D additionally goals to develop further and geographically numerous markets throughout aerospace, area and defence to drive worth creation over the medium time period. Its industrial relationship with Boeing is an instance of this purpose.

Commenting on the announcement, AML3D Managing Director Andrew Gross sales stated: “This accreditation is a recreation changer for us, when it comes to the flexibility to difficulty Class Certificates utilizing our WAM course of. We’re very excited to have an awesome relationship with DNV and discover alternatives amongst their buyer base.” 


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