Zeal 3D, a leading Australian additive manufacturing company, will attend INDO PACIFIC International Maritime Exposition 2022 in Sydney. At the event, the company will get the opportunity to embrace ongoing 3D printing trends in the marine industry and interact with stakeholders worldwide. Zeal 3D is a leading manufacturer offering a wide range of 3D printing services to shipyards, naval forces and other maritime operators worldwide. The company’s 3D printing technology enables it to create custom components with greater accuracy and detail than traditional manufacturing methods.
INDO PACIFIC 2022
INDO PACIFIC 2022 International Maritime Exposition is the world’s leading maritime event, attracting senior merchant marine, shore services, maritime and defence industry, military and government decision-makers worldwide. The exposition will take place from 10th May to 12th May 2022 at the International Convention Centre, Sydney. It is being organised by Defence SA and supported by several government departments and agencies, including Royal Australian Navy, Sydney Harbour Foreshore Authority, the Capability Acquisition and Sustainment Group (CASG), and Defence Science and Technology.
This event represents an opportunity for companies that want to explore the potential of 3D printing in the maritime industry. This event is organised to encourage and reward cutting-edge innovations and performances by Australian companies. The main motto of this event is to promote the exponential development of Australian industrial manufacturing and communication technology companies working in maritime, aerospace, defence, aviation, and security.
Zeal 3D’s CEO, Kiran Hurkadli, stated that the company is excited to participate in an important event for Australia’s thriving maritime industry. Attendees can expect to see exciting new cutting-edge technologies from Zeal 3D at Indo Pacific International Maritime Exposition 2022.
Further, he added, “this is a great opportunity to get in front of some of the world’s leading maritime stakeholders and discuss how our technology can help them overcome some of their toughest challenges. Zeal 3D has been at the forefront of 3D printing applications & technology for over several years. The company has worked with shipyards, naval forces, and other maritime operators worldwide. We are excited to participate in this event and explore new opportunities for our technology.”
Revolutionising the maritime Industry
Zeal 3D offers a complete range of online 3d printing services for maritime operators worldwide. The company uses the latest manufacturing technologies, including 3D printing, to create high-quality components. The company caters to all requirements of maritime industries with services, including the latest industrial 3D printing technologies to create custom parts for maritime applications. Zeal 3D offers a wide range of materials and finishes to meet the specific requirements of naval industries.
Zeal 3D’s CEO, Kiran, believes that 3D printing and the marine industry go hand-in-hand. He added that “the maritime industry is one of the most demanding industries in quality and reliability. 3D printing offers a unique set of benefits that can be extremely advantageous for maritime operators. The technology is used to create custom parts and assemblies with superior dimensional accuracy and detail.
Additionally, 3D printing offers maritime operators a quick turnaround time and cost-effective solutions.” Some of how Zeal 3D’s services can be used in the maritime industry include rapid prototyping to help shipyards and other operators save time and money when developing new products or improving existing ones, and production of specialised custom parts. 3D printing offers the flexibility to create custom parts with intricate features that cannot be replicated using traditional manufacturing techniques. For example, maritime operators can use 3D printing to produce parts with specialised functions, such as sound-dampening or heat-resistant properties.
Benefits to the maritime industry include reduced downtime and improved training. For example, in a shipyard accident or breakdown, 3D printed parts can be used as replacement parts to reduce downtime. It helps operators save time and money by avoiding the need for repairs or replacements. 3D printed models help operators familiarise themselves with the new systems and components without the need for expensive and time-consuming simulations.