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3D Printing Solves Inefficiencies in the Energy Industry

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Automation Alley
November 2, 2021
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Summary

Energy giant Siemens utilizes MarkForged technology to improve business.

Siemens Improves Efficiency with Markforged 3D Printing

Siemens Innovation Center in Orlando, Florida is the only one of its kind in the U.S. to offer a unique pairing of design with manufacturing, implementing a wide array of Industry 4.0 tools. When engineers at the Siemens Innovation Center were tasked with finding a better way to maintain turbines that could help reduce offsite repairs and costly downtime, they turned to 3D printing. In this case study, you will explore how additive manufacturing can provide a better customer solution while staying on the forefront of competitive industries. Discover how your organization can save time and take additive manufacturing into the field.

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