AML3D Limited is pleased to announce contract extension for Nickel-Aluminum-Bronze (NAB) alloy characterization and strength testing to support the US Navy’s submarine program. The contract has been signed with BlueForge Alliance, a nonprofit, neutral integrator supporting the strengthening and sustainment of the US Navy’s Submarine Industrial Base, including through the acceleration of Advanced Manufacturing technologies.

The contract extension, circa A$0.37 million, (US$0.28 million) which includes further NAB alloy characterization, corrosion, and strength testing, represents continued progress by AML3D on the qualification pathway to demonstrate a range of ARCEMY® printed alloys meet the defence specific standards required to supply the US Navy’s submarine program. The work associated with this contract will commence immediately and will be carried out at AML3D’s facility in Adelaide, South Australia, over the next 8-10 weeks.

This new contract extension follows an initial alloy testing contract signed in March 20231 and is a demonstration of continuing momentum in AML3D’s US scale up strategy. The US is the largest Additive Manufacturing market in the world and AML3D’s most important growth market.