Arctic ships parts created on 3D printer

Arctic ships parts created on 3D printer

April 27, 2022

Previously, parts were bought abroad, 3D technology will allow them to be manufactured and assembled directly on the ship.

#ARCTIC. #SIBERIA. THIS IS TAIMYR. Arhangelsk scientists, together with colleagues from leading Russian universities, have created the first samples of parts for ships operating in the Arctic using a 3D printer.

“This is direct import substitution. Parts such as turbine blades for power plants on ships have already been manufactured, installed and are in operation. Prototypes of ship propellers are now being tested”, TASS quotes the Arhangelsk region governor Alexander Tsybulsky.

In addition, experts are developing a system that will help diagnose ship equipment remotely. For a mechanic or a captain, the information is given in a processed form with specific recommendations and even warnings about the danger of an emergency.

Earlier, the Kremlin discussed what awaits the Russian Arctic, and special Arctic food is being created for northerners.

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April 27, 2022

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