Category Archives: DNV GL

3D Printing News Sliced, Nano Dimension, GEFERTEC, Huisman, BigRep, GE Additive

In this week’s edition of our 3D printing news digest, Sliced asks and answers the following questions:  How can 3D printers strengthen the U.S Department of Defense? Can 3D prosthetics rehabilitate man’s best friend? Will 3D printed models help dissolve political tensions?   All this and more from the likes of Nano Dimension, GE Additive, […]

INTERVIEW: 3D printing for maritime maintenance and repair with DNV GL

This week NAMIC’s 5th additive manufacturing summit will address the use of industrial 3D printing for the maritime and energy sectors. Joining the event is DNV GL, an accredited registrar and classification society headquartered near Oslo, Norway. DNV GL provides services for 13,175 vessels and mobile offshore units (MOUs) giving the enterprise a global market […]

INTERVIEW: Maritime 3D printing with RAMLAB and Semcorp Marine

3D printing for the maritime and energy industries is the focus of NAMIC’s 5th additive manufacturing summit later this month. Taking place in Singapore, the Maritime and Energy AM Summit is organized by the country’s National Additive Manufacturing Innovation Cluster (NAMIC), an organization focused on developing a collaborative and innovative ecosystem for additive manufacturing. At […]

DNV GL investiert in globals Zentrum für Additive Fertigung

Die internationale Klassifikationsgesellschaft DNV GL möchte mit der Investition in ein globales Zentrum für Additive Fertigung den Einsatz der 3D-Drucktechnologien im Öl- und Gassektor sowie der Schifffahrtsindustrie fördern. Die neue Einrichtung in Singapur findet auch Unterstützung durch das Singpore Economic Development Board (EDB). Das DNV GL Zentrum wird sich auf die Entwicklung von Kompetenzen wie […]

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DNV GL launches offshore & marine 3D printing research center at Singapore’s NAMIC

Singapore’s National Additive Manufacturing Innovation Cluster (NAMIC)  has received a boost with the launch of a new research center and the construction of a nanofabrication facility for multi-disciplinary research. Global quality assurance and risk management company DNV GL has established a Global Additive Manufacturing Centre of Excellence in the cluster.  Furthermore, a new nanofabrication facility under […]

DNV GL launches offshore & marine 3D printing research center at Singapore’s NAMIC

Singapore’s National Additive Manufacturing Innovation Cluster (NAMIC)  has received a boost with the launch of a new research center and the construction of a nanofabrication facility for multi-disciplinary research. Global quality assurance and risk management company DNV GL has established a Global Additive Manufacturing Centre of Excellence in the cluster.  Furthermore, a new nanofabrication facility under […]

Aurora Labs signs $100,000 3D printing research deal with CSIRO

Australian 3D printer manufacturer Aurora Labs has announced a research agreement with the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO) as part of a joint project to advance and commercialize 3D printing. As part of the deal, Aurora Labs will supply CSIRO, a public scientific research organization, with a small-format Aurora Labs metal 3D printer […]

Erste Zertifizierungsrichtlinie für 3D-Druck in Schifffahrt, Öl- und Gasindustrie

DNV GL, eine internationale Klassifikationsgesellschaft mit Sitz in Norwegen, hat die erste Richtlinie zur Klassifizierung von Additiver Fertigung in der Schifffahrt sowie der Öl- und Gasindustrie veröffentlicht.  Mit der Richtlinien sollen Hersteller und Zulieferer von Materialien, Teilen und Komponenten, als auch Dienstleistungserbringer und Endverbraucher eine Hilfestellung zur Integration von 3D-Drucktechnologien in ihrem Betrieb erhalten. Diese […]

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DNV GL publishes first class guideline for maritime additive manufacturing

2017 has been a standout year for additive manufacturing in marine and offshore operations. Desktop 3D printers can now be found in shipyard workshops and aboard rigs, where engineers use them to prototype and make tools and spare parts. However, it is the rise of metal additive manufacturing that has started to cause a real […]

Create it REAL joins Denmark’s Green Ship of the Future 3D printing pilot

3D printing is to play an important role in the next generation of shipbuilding. A portion of Denmark’s Green Ship of the Future (GSF) project will rely on the help of 3D printers to transform the supply chain and one day create emission free boats. Joining a host of the maritime industry’s keys players on […]