Winning over Supply Chain Challenges with 3D Printing for Metal, Mining and Energy Industries | OEM

April 1, 2022 6:48 pm

There is one aspect of the mining industry that sets it apart from other industries; and this is their remoteness from large population centers. Additive manufacturing and cloud technology allows parts to be designed in the city, and produced on site, leading to better workflows, reduced downtime, and a secure supply chain. High strength additive manufacturing is set to have a huge impact on the mining industry in the areas of MRO, End-use parts, and manufacturing aids.

Join us to find out how Additive manufacturing can transform a complex system of parts into digital files, that can be stored in the cloud and printed on demand, and on site. No need to worry about trade wars, quarantine procedures, rising shipping prices, lead times, or machining. Find out what this means for the Mining, Metal & Energy industry in 2022 and beyond.

On this note, OEM Update hosted an interactive session on ‘Winning over Supply Chain Challenges with 3D Printing for Metal, Mining and Energy Industries’ on March 3, 2022 where following topics were discussed:
1) Market pressures including challenges around innovation and supply chains.
2) Future state of AM in the industry.
3) Developing an AM strategy for mining and evolving opportunities.
4) How Vedanta has revolutionized the Metal &Mining Industry with 3D Printed spare parts.

This session was powered by Markforged, Phillips Machine Tools.

Mr. Anuj Budhiraja, Markforged
Mr. Bibhudatta Mohanty, Vedanta Limited (Aluminum& Power)
Mr. Prashant Sinha, Markforged