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Extension of Additive Manufacturing JIPs and deadline for new partners to join JIPs

Extension of Additive Manufacturing JIPs and deadline for new partners to join JIPs

In January 2018, 11 companies started two seamlessly aligned Joint Innovation Projects (JIPs). The group has grown to 18 partners by June 2019. The JIPs goal is to develop a guideline for the qualification of spare parts produced by Additive Manufacturing technologies, and an accompanying economic model, to be used in the Oil & Gas and Maritime industries. Recently, the JIPs have been extended till December 2019 to gain learnings from a 2nd round of part production and to allow maturing of draft guideline through the use by the partners.  Equinor, BP, Total, Shell, Kongsberg, OCAS, Ivaldi Group, TechnipFMC, Siemens,...

Guideline for production-ready parts due in June 2019

Guideline for production-ready parts due in June 2019

In January 2018 eleven companies started two seamlessly aligned Joint Innovation Projects (JIPs). The group has grown to 16 partners by February 2019. The goal of the JIPs they collaborate in is to develop a guideline and accompanying economic model to print qualified, functional metal production (spare) parts, to be used in the Oil, Gas and Maritime industries. Equinor, BP, Total, Rolls Royce Marine, OCAS, Ivaldi Group, TechnipFMC, Siemens, Voestalpine, Vallourec, Aidro, SLM Solutions, Additive Industries, Quintus, HIPtec and the Advanced Forming Research Centre of the University of Strathclyde aim to have a practical guideline available by June 2019. The...

In-port 3D printing of marine parts comes a step nearer

In-port 3D printing of marine parts comes a step nearer

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