Dubai Electrical energy and Water Authority (DEWA)’s Analysis and Improvement Centre has filed one other new patent for an revolutionary system that enhances the method of melting and extruding uncooked steel supplies to the development platform, and likewise maintains the optimum temperature required to deal with uncooked steel supplies in 3D printing. The system improves the efficiency of 3D printers by lowering the price of printing and power consumption. The extrusion system will be connected and indifferent from the 3D printer when wanted.
HE Saeed Mohammed Al Tayer, MD and CEO of DEWA, praised the efficient contribution of the R&D Centre in growing 3D printing and enhancing its competitiveness. Al Tayer stated these patents assist DEWA’s efforts to develop a sophisticated infrastructure and specialised software program in 3D printing and additive manufacturing generally, with these investments serving to to beat challenges within the power sector. DEWA makes use of 3D printers to provide prototypes and spare components for its technology, transmission, and distribution divisions, and to assist the digitization of its stock.
“The R&D Centre’s achievements consolidate DEWA’s efficient function in realizing the Dubai 3D Printing Technique, launched by His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, to take advantage of this know-how for the service of humanity and promote the standing of the UAE and Dubai as a number one hub of 3D printing know-how within the area and the world by the yr 2030. The Centre hosts main researchers and artistic minds who successfully assist the sustainable economic system and enrich the scientific neighborhood in every single place. At DEWA, we undertake 3D printing as one of many revolutionary options in our inner operations to print spare components for units and gear, along with extending the lifespan of the gear,” stated Al Tayer.
“The analysis papers and patents registered by the Centre have enhanced its place as a world platform offering revolutionary options and applied sciences that improve the operations and providers of the utility sector. This maintains DEWA’s worldwide management and consolidates Dubai’s world place in analysis and growth in photo voltaic power, good grids, power effectivity and water, and capability constructing in these sectors,” stated Waleed Bin Salman, Govt Vice President of Enterprise Improvement and Excellence at DEWA.