3D Print: Seurat and Siemens Energy to 3D Print 59 Tons of Metal Parts
3DPrint.com – May 2, 2022
By Micheal Molitch
In March, the Biden Administration unveiled the $6 billion Industrial Demonstrations Program to decarbonize industrial manufacturing within a broader strategy to shift toward cleaner energy and more resilient supply chains. In part, the U.S. plan spurred other nations, like Canada and Australia, to follow suit. As these funds are doled out, we’ll see exactly how they are put into action and which members of industry will be the ones leading the charge, but it’s certain that additive manufacturing (AM) represents one of the most adept technologies for the process.
Given its existing tactic for decarbonizing manufacturing, it should be no surprise that 3D printing startup Seurat Technologies would be just one of these industry leaders. At RAPID + TCT, Seurat announced that it aims to 3D print 59 tons of metal parts for Siemens Energy turbines. Beginning with a single part family, the collaboration is designed to ramp up over the course of six years to potentially include other component categories. We spoke to Seurat CEO James DeMuth to learn more.
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