Dewa files patent for device that enhances metal 3D printing.
The cutting-edge technology, Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA) has firmly established itself as a beacon of innovation. Recently, DEWA’s research and development center achieved a remarkable milestone by filing a groundbreaking patent for a revolutionary device. This innovative apparatus is poised to revolutionize 3D printing and metal extrusion, offering unprecedented advantages to various industries. At the core of this patent lies a meticulously designed device aimed at enhancing the process of melting and extruding raw metal materials onto the construction platform. What truly sets this invention apart is its remarkable ability to maintain the optimal temperature required for handling raw metal materials in the intricate world of 3D printing. Precise temperature control not only ensures unparalleled precision but also leads to substantial reductions in energy consumption, heralding a game-changing paradigm shift within the 3D printing landscape.
DEWA’s ingenious device is set to elevate 3D printers by curbing the costs associated with the printing process. The device boasts innate flexibility, allowing for seamless attachment and detachment from the 3D printer, thus offering unmatched versatility and user-friendliness. Saeed Mohammed Al Tayer, the Managing Director and CEO of DEWA expressed profound appreciation for the remarkable contributions made by the R&D Center in advancing the realm of 3D printing technology. These pioneering patents are aligned with DEWA’s broader mission – the advanced infrastructure and specialized software tailored to 3D printing and additive manufacturing. Through strategic investments in these cutting-edge technologies, DEWA is steadfastly addressing the prevailing challenges within the energy sector while simultaneously championing the transition towards a more sustainable and eco-conscious future.
DEWA’s utilization of 3D printers transcends the realms of mere research and development. The organization harnesses this transformative technology to manufacture prototypes and spare parts for its generation, transmission, and distribution divisions. Furthermore, DEWA plays a pivotal role in spearheading the digitization of its inventory, a strategic move that bolsters operational efficiency and prolongs the lifespan of mission-critical equipment. Waleed Bin Salman, the Executive Vice President of Business Development and Excellence, eloquently underscored how the research papers and patents originating from DEWA’s Center have positioned it as a global hub for pioneering solutions and technologies. These visionary technologies are not solely elevating operational standards within the utility sector but also actively contributing to Dubai’s prominence in research and development. This resonance is particularly palpable in fields such as solar energy, smart grids, energy efficiency, water management, and capacity enhancement.
As DEWA persists in spearheading groundbreaking advancements, the organization reaffirms its steadfast commitment to innovation, sustainability, and unwavering excellence.
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