DNV GL SETS UP SINGAPORE LAB TO DEVELOP 3D PRINTING TECHNOLOGY FOR O&M SECTOR

Quality assurance and risk management firm DNV GL has set up a 3D printing centre to incubate and test such technologies for the oil and gas (O&G), and offshore and marine sector (O&M).

The new centre, which will be housed within an existing building, will develop competences in the qualification, certification and training for additive manufacturing, also known as 3D printing.

For a start, it will be running a collaboration with Sembcorp Marine, SIMTech and NAMIC to develop and certify laser-aided additive manufacturing technology to make large-scale structures for newbuild vessels in Singapore.

 

Source: THE STRAITS TIMES
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