Watching its revenues plummeting over the last year, Oil & Gas industrials are looking for a rapid operational efficiency. That is why 3D printing is now entering into the game.

How can Additive Manufacturing outdo the limitations it had for the automotive industry with regards to productivity and cost-per-part? It is possible to cut costs by 90% and improve efficiency by over 90%.

If some famous companies like Boeing or BMW already took a step into AM, printing thousands of parts aiming at having more flexibility in customization, it is still very marginal compared to GE.

Watching its revenues plummeting over the last year, Oil & Gas industrials are looking for a rapid operational efficiency. That is why 3D printing is now entering into the game.

Main players from the Power and Gas industry like General Electric and Siemens have recently suffered from a lack of demand. They are now investing into additive manufacturing to survive.

Deutsche Bahn (DB) started to introduce 3D printing in 2015 and is constantly developing the process with a target of 15,000 spare parts produced by the end of 2018.

“Repairing or purchaising a new machine?” That question is definitely outdated with Additive Manufacturing. And 3D printing is getting everyday faster! Good perspective isn’t it ?