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DNV GL launches 3D printing lab in Singapore

This is to drive the adoption of 3D printing in O&G and O&M sectors.

DNV GL launched its Global Additive Manufacturing Centre of Excellence in Singapore to drive adoption of 3D printing technologies in the oil & gas (O&G), and offshore & marine (O&M) sectors.

“While AM is raising more and more interest in various industries, as the benefits of speed and cost against traditional product manufacturing become apparent, the adoption level in the O&M sector is still low due to challenges in qualification and certification,” said DNV GL in a press release.

As such, the centre will provide technical standards and guidelines for qualifying and certifying additive manufacturing equipment, processes, products, materials, and personnel.

In addition, the centre will serve as an incubator and testbed for research and development of additive manufacturing technologies for O&G and O&M sectors.
 

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