Decarbonizing Manufacturing

Area Printing is a green replacement for metal castings
We believe that manufacturing can be cost-effective and result in a cleaner future

The only way forward

3D Printing has often been considered a green manufacturing method given that it reduces material waste and can create light-weight parts. Seurat’s Area Printing has the potential to magnify all of these ‘green’ benefits by focusing on high volume production. 

 

In the US, manufacturing accounts for almost a quarter (23%) of direct carbon emissions, according to the Environmental Protection Agency. In Europe the situation is equally dire: the industry emits an annual total of 880 million tons of carbon dioxide equivalents making it one of the largest emitters of greenhouse gases on the continent. Manufacturing needs to evolve to be smarter and more sustainable for future generations. 

By migrating such a high volume of part production from metal castings to Area Printing, Seurat will be able to positively impact our global net-zero journey. 

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Seurat's Area Printing™ has the ability to completely change the way we manufacture goods. Seurat has the ability to impact many aspects of the manufacturing process, from the mitigation of waste materials, light-weighting of parts, and the electrification of the manufacturing process to securing the global supply chain. All of which is possible because Seurat enables a scalable process. Metal Additive Manufacturing (3D Printing) can finally scale and meet the requirements of industrial production. 

 

Seurat's technology is to 3D printing what the printing press was to pen and paper.

 

We are working on verifying our carbon displacement projections following ISO 14064 guidance, an international standard that addresses the reporting of greenhouse gas emissions, and we’re excited to exponentially increase our positive impact going forward. We will be publishing our results soon.