SpareParts3D collaborates with DNV GL in its Joint Industry Program (JIP) on Additive Manufacturing
SP3D’s News | 24 September 2018
SINGAPORE, September 13, 2018 – Spare Parts 3D announced today its new collaboration with DNV GL, the global quality assurance and risk management company.
DNV GL has recently launched a new JIP on Additive Manufacturing, aiming at addressing how to safely and effectively introduce and implement AM in the Oil and Gas, Maritime and related industries.
The objective of the JIP is to bring together partners covering the whole value chain (from feedstock and gas suppliers, equipment manufacturers, software providers, AM product manufacturers, EPC companies, and end users) in order to develop standardized requirements necessary to introduce components made by AM.
SpareParts3D is pleased to be a close collaborator in this JIP wherein it brings its expertise in parts catalogue analysis, and building up a digital inventory.
CEO – Spare Parts 3D
“We see a fantastic opportunity in collaborating with DNV GL on this JIP to communalize and frontload the qualification & certification efforts and to build a Marine and O&G industry standard.
Qualification of AM parts is not a work that you can start when your equipment is down.
Our ambition for this collaboration is to finally deliver the promised value of Additive Manufacturing for Marine and O&G on-demand spares produced locally to cover shortages.”
Paul, CEO of SpareParts3D.
3D printing is growing faster every day, with a market growth of 17.4% in 2017 according to the Wohlers Report. The innovative technology is progressively integrating every industry and needs to be controlled to remain safe and smart in all domains. The partnership aims at tackling the certification issue related to the quick evolution of additive manufacturing.
“A lot of companies we are working with are curious about AM and indicating they are considering implementing additive manufacturing into their business in the future but sometimes lack the skills and knowledge to adopt this technology.
I am very glad that Spare Parts 3D is partnering us in our JIP as they support companies to foster the use of AM into their business at a large scale and bring a strong expertize in supply chain management.”
Brice Le Gallo, Regional Manager South East Asia & Australia at DNV GL.
Brice Le Gallo, Regional Manager
ASEAN & Australia
DNV GL – O&G
DNV GL is a quality assurance and risk management company providing certification and independent expert advisory services to the oil & gas, power, and maritime industries. Driven by a purpose of safeguarding life, property and the environment, DNV GL enables organizations to advance the safety and sustainability of their business.
As a technology-based company, DNV GL continuously invests in research and collaborative innovation, empowering customers’ decisions and actions with trust and confidence. With origins stretching back to 1864, DNV GL’s reach today is global with operations in more than 100 countries and has a real part to play in the integration of additive manufacturing to the overall industry.
Spare parts 3D is a tech start-up based on the 3D printing technologies to supply on-demand spare parts to industrial manufacturers around the worlds. Oriented toward the home appliance sector, the company created in June 2015 in Singapore is now supporting multiple industries including Maritime, Automotive and Industrial Machinery.
Thanks to its digital inventory DigiPART and its qualified network of printers deployed over 60 countries and 5 continents, Spare Parts 3D enables the implementation of a real make-to-order spare parts sourcing in aftersales.
By having supported several industrial leaders like Whirlpool, Electrolux, CMA-CGM, MacGregor or Agilent Technologies, Spare Parts 3D established itself as an expert of AM production of spare parts, demonstrating the benefits of a digital inventory system to support aftersales operations.