3D printing has penetrated a range of sectors and industries to a point where it is being adopted by mainstream organizations in their manufacturing processes. However, one sector that has been left behind in this adoption is the maritime industry.
I’m reading a fascinating piece on how supply chains are evolving towards a new world of 3D printing.
Charles R. Goulding and Preeti Sulibhavi consider how 3D printing might benefit from consolidation trends among marinas.
Charles Goulding and Ryan Donley discuss 3D printing of spare parts and other components for maritime operations.
The vision of a digital inventory with on-demand 3D printing is becoming a reality, with several companies entering an early adopter program.
EU researchers have developed an unusual 3D printed part for maritime use, suggesting a new channel for metal 3D printing.
New additive manufacturing-focused agreements signed this week signify ongoing global progress in the aerospace and maritime sectors.
DNV GL is working to entrench the technologies of Industry 4.0 to the maritime and oil & gas sectors.
Startup company Ivaldi Group announced a partnership with a new, large client that could prove their 3D printing concept works.