How 3-D printing can add value to oil & gas projects

March 26, 2018 Ghislain Losier

In this whitepaper, Ghislain Losier discusses the advantages and benefits of using 3D printing as a tool during engineering design for oil and gas projects 

 

The advancement in 3D printing technology in recent years has made it possible to hold an
entire facility model in hand, rotate it any direction or angle, and visualize actual construction of the object. This paper discusses the advantages and benefits of using 3D printing as a tool during engineering design for oil and gas projects. 

 

 

About the Author

Ghislain Losier

Ghislain Losier is a civil technologist with a background in design and construction. He’s passionate about searching for creative new applications for technology and tools, and he brings a diverse background of experience to his team.

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