AML3D to print high-demand components for US Navy submarines

The company’s ability to 3D print these non-safety-critical (NSC) components, in metal, solves a significant supply chain challenge

AML3D Limited has signed a contract to develop and 3D print a replacement component used in US Navy submarines. This high-demand component is no longer available from traditional manufacturers, which creates an opportunity to demonstrate the role AML3D’s additive manufacturing technology can play in addressing supply chain constraints across the US Navy’s Submarine Industrial base. 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.

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