Siemens, EOS and Materials Solutions challenge existing technologies to advance and truly industrialize 3D printing.
The business case shows the realization of one of the most challenging applications: A gas turbine blade for hot and turning environments.
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If you can print a turbine blade, you can 3D print pretty much anything.
It is very tiny and simple, but at the end of the day, it is one of the most challenging applications out there for additive manufacturing.
Not only did we create the existing design, 3D print it and test it, we changed the design of the blade itself, in order to improve the performance of the part.
– Dr. Markus Seobold
Head of Additive Manufacturing,
Seimens Power & Gas