Maritime Network for 3D Printing is a German cooperation network on a mission to integrate digital fabrication into the naval realm.
Their organization is centered around research studies as well as expanded building on innovation with small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs). Ultimately, the group hopes to see increased competitiveness, globally—also working with the cooperation partners from the Maritime Cluster Northern Germany (MCN), which founded MN3D.
MN3D is aiming to improve the way challenges are handled within the maritime industry, relying on new processes and innovative products, says Daniel Klose, Network Manager at DSN Connecting Knowledge . Economic issues and environmental standards and requirements are involved in such developments, as researchers study how to make parts that are reliable, durable, and able to handle exposure to seawater and all the conditions accompanying the elements. Lina Hams, Hamburg branch manager of the Maritime Cluster Northern Germany, states that cooperation and innovation […]
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