Manufactur3D: Seurat Technologies to develop 59 tons of 3D printed metal parts for Siemens Energy
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Manufactur3D – May 7, 2022
Seurat Technologies, the leader in metal 3D printing that improves manufacturing for people and the environment, announced an agreement to develop 59 tons of 3D printed metal components for Siemens Energy turbines. Parts meeting Siemens Energy’s material qualification requirements will be developed over a six-year period. The initial focus will be on one part family, with the possibility of expanding volumes in the future to include others.
Manufacturing is one of the major contributors to greenhouse gas emissions, accounting for 31% of total emissions. With the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change’s recent report sounding the alarm about global warming, the manufacturing industry bears a significant responsibility to reduce its carbon footprint. The Biden Administration is also advocating for lower industrial emissions, recently announcing a $6 billion effort to decarbonize industrial manufacturing and accelerate new technologies critical to a successful climate strategy.
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