Oil and Gas

  • Atlantic XL provides EPC and EPCM services to the energy industry, supporting offshore and onshore systems including digitalization, telecommunications, navigation, environmental monitoring and metal additive manufacturing. Atlantic XL are excited to share they will be operating the first commercially available metal 3D printer in Newfoundland and Labrador. The Canada-based company…

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  • AML3D receives DNV accreditation to manufacture marine components. AML3D’s WAM technology meets the enhanced ‘class certification’ standards

    AML3D has been awarded the first Additive Manufacturing Facility accreditation with wire feedstock from DNV, the world’s leading Marine & Industrial Classification Society. The accreditation encompasses an “Approval of Manufacturer” (AoM) certificate and demonstrates that AML3D’s WAM technology meets the enhanced ‘class certification’ standards for integrity and quality that are…

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  • 3D printing sustainable

    Sustainability has been a major trending topic in AM recently. When manufacturing professionals from diversified industrial segments began to understand the possible uses of AM in mass production, using AM for sustainability was indicated as one of the key drivers for this transition. How real is this concept? Is it…

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  • As a media and market research firm operating in the global additive manufacturing space, 3dpbm is now focused on understanding the actual benefits of AM adoption across the many vertical adoption segments (and helping the companies operating in these segments understand how AM can work for them). One segment where…

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  • Lincoln Electric Holdings, Inc., (Nasdaq: LECO) utilized its proprietary large-scale, metal 3D printing solution to deliver just-in-time parts to Chevron USA, Inc. to help bring a refinery back online according to schedule. During a recent routine maintenance shutdown, extended lead times and supply chain delays on traditionally manufactured parts challenged…

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  • ConocoPhillips conducts Alaskan field trials using 3D printing. Printing burner plugs and valves to solve supply chain challenges.

    Considering the geographical nature of Alaska’s North Slope, one can only imagine the logistical challenges of operating there. Consumables such as burner plugs and valves, that are found within ConocoPhillips’ 40-year-old original gas turbines at the Kuparuk River Unit, North America’s second-largest oil field, are not manufactured anymore. This, in…

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  • Dr. TieJun Zhang’s team at Khalifa University has developed a new way to 3D print reservoir rock replicas that have complex porous structures and mimic a carbonate rock’s natural mineralogy. The rocks, micro 3D printed using PµSL technology from BMF (Boston Micro Fabrication), are transparent, and allow researchers to image precisely…

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  • Velo3D, Inc. (NYSE: VLD) has expanded its European presence to support its growth efforts in the region. The expansion includes the opening of a technical center in Augsburg, Germany, where Velo3D’s Sapphire systems will be assembled and demonstrated, as well as delivering the first end-to-end manufacturing solution to Schoeller-Bleckmann Oilfield…

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  • MX3D, a Robotic Wire Arc Additive Manufacturing (WAAM) company, successfully completed the printing of an industrial pipeline clamp. Clamps such as 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. The WAAM…

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  • About a year ago, Siemens took the next step in its structural realignment and Siemens Energy went public on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange as a leader in the transmission and generation of electrical power. As such, Siemens Energy is now one of the largest adopters and – via its fully-owned…

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