GreenBiz: A tipping point for 3D metal printing?
GreenBiz – May 10, 2022
By Healther Clancy
The latest illustration of that philosophy is the contract Siemens Energy disclosed in early May with Seurat Technologies, a fast-growing industrial climate tech startup founded in 2015 in Wilmington, Massachusetts.
The common perception is that 3D printing is great for prototyping or for creating components or things in low-volume batches — the practice is pretty common among aerospace and healthcare companies, to name just two sectors. As I reported last spring, Seurat is challenging that narrative by designing 3D metal printing technologies intended for high-volume production. The company claims its current systems already are 10 times faster than other 3D metal printing options, and it’s promising a 100X speed advantage by 2025.
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