DNV GL introduces maritime 3D printing guidelines

A 3D-printed aluminium replica of a mooring chain testing bed at the DNV GL lab in Bergen A 3D-printed aluminium replica of a mooring chain testing bed at the DNV GL lab in Bergen

DNV GL reports that it has published the first classification guidelines for the use of additive manufacturing (AM), including 3D printing, in the maritime and oil & gas industries.

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