Webinar Review: Steps to Acquire an Additive Manufacturing Qualification in the Energy Sector


Are you curious about the certification procedure for additive-manufactured metallic parts in the fields of energy, oil & gas, and maritime applications? Come to the ‘How to Obtain an Additive Manufacturing Qualification in the Energy Industry’ webinar at 4PM CEST/10AM EDT on the 27th of November with 3Dnatives for a detailed exploration of the DNV-ST-B203 standard, as well as a look into the respected AM manufacturer certificate that Aidro received for Desktop Metal’s binder jetting technology. Aidro, Desktop Metal, and DNV, an internationally recognized registrar and classification society, will all be in attendance.

AM is pioneering a new way of manufacturing components across many industries, and it promises huge potential in the energy sector. However, rigorous qualification processes are crucial to ensure the safety and dependability of vital components. This exclusive webinar provides priceless advice on how to qualify and certify AM-produced parts for use in the energy, oil & gas, and maritime industry. Hear from Aidro, the trailblazing manufacturer that received DNV’s distinguished AM manufacturer certification for binder jetting technology, and be motivated by their firsthand experiences shared during the webinar.

Furthermore, by participating in this webinar, you will gain insightful knowledge about the realm of additive manufacturing in the energy industry. Not only will you understand how to navigate the qualification process using binder jetting technology, but you will also discover the potential of Live Monitor™ to remotely monitor production and control the primary parameters of the printing process, a fundamental part of qualification. Be at the forefront of technology in the energy sector and register for free at this LINK.

Agenda (CEST)

4:00 – 4:10 PM – Welcoming participants, survey and introduction
4:10 – 4:20 PM – DNV- Fundamentals of the AM certification of the binder jetting process
4:20 – 4:35 PM – Aidro – Firsthand user experiences on how to earn DNV AM manufacturer certification

4:35 – 4:45 PM – DM – How to remotely track production and document quality stability in the production process with Live Monitor™ in a traceable manner

4:45 – 5:00 PM – Q&A Session


Dr. Sastry Kandukuri is a passionate and experienced digital materials and manufacturing technology professional with Doctorate/Maters/Bachelor degrees in Metallurgy and Materials Engineering and a Master’s degree in Computer Science coupled with more than 20 years of diverse experience in Maritime, Oil & Gas and Manufacturing sectors. He supports customers with subject matter expertise in the areas of additive and conventional manufacturing Materials/Process/ Facility/Design related qualification/ certification, training and Quality/code compliance. Furthermore, as part of the DNW he helps users through their journey of additive manufacturing adoption in Maritime, Oil & Gas, Mining and other heavy industries to create and enhance trust on AM products.

Valeria Tirelli is President and CEO of Aidro, a Desktop Metal company, which excels in introducing additive manufacturing into hydraulics. She enthusiastically manages the company founded by her father 40 years ago, specializing in the design and production of mechanical components, such as valves, manifolds and hydraulic systems. Since 2021, Aidro has joined the Desktop Metal Group to bring 3D metal printing to mass production for various applications such as Oil & Gas, Energy, Aerospace and Fluid Power. Valeria promotes the adoption of additive manufacturing and the sustainability of this technology, supporting the reduction of the carbon footprint in various sectors. She is also a member of international groups for the definition of guidelines and standards for additive manufacturing. Her commitment to the diffusion of additive technologies is placed in the organization of events and networking moments, as Italian Association of Women in 3D Printing.

Sean Roberts joined the Desktop Metal team in 2022 to holistically manage the suite of additive metal technology, including Studio and Shop System, Production and X-series, Furnace, materials and consumables. Prior to Desktop Metal, Sean served as Product Manager for the high-speed graphics portfolio of Electronics For Imaging, as well as general management positions within print organizations across New England. He holds a BA in Graphic Communication for Northern Vermont University, an MBA in Global Business from Southern New Hampshire University, and is a certified Product Manager by the Pragmatic Marketing Institute.

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