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Hybrid Wire Arc AM for the Oil & Gas Industry

Commerce & industry

Hybrid Wire Arc AM for the Oil & Gas Industry


MX3D, Team and Tiat reveal 3D printed pipeline clamp. Clamps like these are used in the Chemical and Oil & Gas industries to prevent incidents and to increase the run time of an installation before maintenance is required ( Read more... )


CATEGORY: Industry and Maintenance
Production certification for metallic marine equipment through additive manufacturing

Commerce & industry

Production certification for metallic marine equipment through additive manufacturing


ClassNK, a society dedicated to ensuring the safety of life and pollution of the marine environment, has published its "Guidelines for Additive Manufacturing", a catalog that summarizes the approval requirements for metallic marine equipment using additive manufacturing technology as part of its effort to meet industry demand for third party certification for advanced technology manufactured marine equipment.   ( Read more... )


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Combine Additive Manufacturing and HIP technology to improve metal components

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Combine Additive Manufacturing and HIP technology to improve metal components


Hiperbaric and Aenium join forces to help strategic sectors in their R + D + i lines. The two companies have forged an Alliance to offer strategic sectors with high quality standards, the most innovative solutions in the development of new materials and processes. ( Read more... )


CATEGORY: Industry and Maintenance BRAND: Hiperbaric
Production of aerospace parts saves 75% with 3D printing

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Production of aerospace parts saves 75% with 3D printing


Senior Aerospace BWT invests in Stratasys 3D printers for a more robust, repeatable and traceable process for the aerospace industry. ( Read more... )


CATEGORY: Industry and Maintenance BRAND: Stratasys
Additive manufacturing technology enables servo valve innovation

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Additive manufacturing technology enables servo valve innovation


With the help of metal additive manufacturing (AM) technology from global engineering company, Renishaw, UK-based Domin Fluid Power Ltd. (Domin) has produced a new range of direct drive valves. Founded in 2012, in Bristol, Domin, is disrupting the hydraulics industry by redesigning servo valves from first principles to achieve a better performing, more sustainable product at a lower price point. ( Read more... )


CATEGORY: Industry and Maintenance BRAND: Renishaw
3D printed antennas with lower cost, weight and size

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3D printed antennas with lower cost, weight and size


U.S. Naval Research Laboratory experts created and tested 3D-printed antennas and arrays to advance radar technology and enable new applications for the U.S. Navy. ( Read more... )


CATEGORY: Industry and Maintenance BRAND: U.S. Naval Research Laboratory
3D Printed Lithium Ion Solid State Batteries Developed

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3D Printed Lithium Ion Solid State Batteries Developed


This 3D printing process, from the Swiss company Blackstone Technology, offers substantial advantages over conventional battery cell design ( Read more... )


CATEGORY: Industry and Maintenance BRAND: Blackstone Resources AG
Mitsubishi agrees to a metal powder license for additive manufacturing

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Mitsubishi agrees to a metal powder license for additive manufacturing


Aubert & Duval and Mitsubishi Power Announce New Partnership for the Production and Distribution of High Performance Metal Powder ( Read more... )


CATEGORY: Industry and Maintenance BRAND: Aubert & Duval
Siemens launches first-of-its-kind advance manufacturing competence center in Singapore

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Siemens launches first-of-its-kind advance manufacturing competence center in Singapore


One-stop advance manufacturing ecosystem that provides guidance and support for ASEAN companies in Industry 4.0 adoption ( Read more... )


CATEGORY: Industry and Maintenance BRAND: Siemens
How additive manufacturing repairs submarines without going to shipyards

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How additive manufacturing repairs submarines without going to shipyards


Australia’s dedicated submarine sustainment organisation, ASC, is collaborating with Australia’s national science agency, CSIRO, and DMTC Limited, to pioneer the use of additive manufacturing for the repair of Collins Class submarines. ( Read more... )


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