DUBAI (Reuters) – Three weeks ago Fahmi al-Shawwa’s 3D printing workshop in Dubai was making parts for the Gulf oil and gas industry, now his machines churn out thousands of medical face visors to help the United Arab Emirates battle the coronavirus.Slideshow ( 13 images ) With flights grounded, workforces depleted and countries limiting exports, the
“The most frightening aspect of this crisis is not the short-term economic damage it is causing, but the potential long-lasting disruption to supply chains” Shehzad H. Qazi, the managing director of China Beige Book, wrote in Barron’s on Friday. 3D Printing was quickly becoming a mainstream technology, then global supply chain got hit by Coronavirus. A rapidly growing technology
ADDITIVELY MANUFACTURED MECHANICAL METAL PART IN INDUSTRIAL EQUIPMENT Objective: Reduce Lead Time & Inventory Holding Cost Solution: Weight Optimization & 3D Print on Demand Solution Customer: Steel Industry 3D PRINTING: SCOPE OF WORK: A client employs a legacy forming tool in their machinery used for bending steel bar. Operating on tight production schedules, lead time
2019: Immensa Technology Labs (Immensa), the UAE’s leading Additive Manufacturing (AM or 3D printing) company, has joined Shell, Equinor, BP, Total, Rolls Royce Marine, TechnipFMC, Kongsberg, IMI Plc and Vallourec as part of the Joint Innovation Programs (JIP) that emphasise the 3D printing of functional production parts for the oil, gas, and maritime industries. Managed by DNV GL and Berenschot, the JIPs also comprise...
September 25, 2019 – The Sharjah Research, Technology and Innovation Park (SRTI Park) today announced the opening of the Middle East Additive Manufacturing Center (MEAMC). Immensa Technology Labs will be the first to join this center in the region. His Excellency Hussain Al Mahmoudi, CEO of SRTI Park said: “3D Printing plays a key role in the future of
Dubai today is a major international trading hub and is the center of global supply value chain ranking as one of the 10 most preferred maritime hubs globally. Global companies large and small use Dubai to establish their regional head offices and more importantly as their regional storage and warehousing hub. Jebal Ali Free Zone,