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thyssenkrupp Marine Systems eyes series production for 3D printed submarine parts

thyssenkrupp Marine Systems has announced plans to ramp up its use of 3D printing for the production of submarine components. At this stage, the path to series production for submarine parts is largely laid: quality and safety approvals have been granted and the required technology and expertise are ready, thanks to the acquisition of the thyssenkrupp TechCenter Additive Manufacturing. The plan is to integrate additive manufacturing into the company’s operations at Kiel Fjord, an inlet of the Baltic Sea on the eastern side of Schleswig-Holstein in Germany, where AM will be used to manufacture submarine components on-demand and with more

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Siemens Mobility Extends Spare Parts 3D Printing Program to Russia’s High-Speed Rail – 3DPrint.com | The Voice of 3D Printing / Additive Manufacturing

The railway industry is one of the more exciting fields to watch the adoption of additive manufacturing, as various companies begin deploying the technology for use in the production of…

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