Minimize operational downtime and reduce lead time through flexible repair processes and cost-effective low volumes manufacturing of customized parts, for example large scale tooling, impellers, and flanges.
Robotic repair capabilities using Directed Energy Deposition minimize the risk of downtime by addressing maintenance and repair tasks quickly, ensuring continuous energy production and reducing revenue losses.
Robotic systems can operate in hazardous or hard-to-reach environments, reducing risks to human workers in the oil and gas, wind energy and nuclear industries.
Resilient Supply Chains
The ability to manufacture replacement parts on-site reduces reliance on a global supply chain, ensuring a more resilient and self-sufficient energy sector.
The global energy sector is in a state of flux, driven by surging energy demand, dwindling fossil fuel reserves, and escalating emissions. To navigate this transition while safeguarding the environment, the energy industry is turning to renewable sources. Robotic Additive Manufacturing is emerging as a pivotal technology, particularly for the production of large-scale components.
The energy sector plays a central role in modern society, but it has also contributed significantly to greenhouse gas emissions. Transitioning to renewable energy sources is crucial. Robotic AM offers rapid prototyping, cost-efficiency, and precision in manufacturing, especially for large-scale components like those used in wind turbines and nuclear reactors.
One notable application is the creation of large-scale molds for wind turbines. This technology streamlines production, cuts costs, and enhances efficiency. ADAXIS’ software solutions with the combined additive manufacturing and machining functionality offers a streamlined to for quick production of molds and prototypes.