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Decarbonizing Manufacturing

Area Printing ® is a green replacement for conventional methods

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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Carbon emissions in manufacturing are directly linked to energy consumption throughout the process chain as well as scrap metal and part production location. Greenhouse Gas (GHG) emissions can be most effectively reduced by sourcing renewable energy or reducing energy consumption overall.

Seurat Technologies provides a roadmap that leads the way for green transitions in manufacturing. As we scale, Area Printing will reduce GHG emissions by competitively displacing traditional manufacturing, while being fueled by 100% clean energy, printing parts for customers where they are needed, when they are needed.


  • Direct contributors to decarbonization include reducing GHG emissions related to machining, casting, and forging waste/scrap material and the related process energy requirements; in addition to freight, transportation, and warehousing for the components they make.

  • We have validated our reductions in carbon footprint according to ISO14064 guidance, an international standard that addresses the reporting of greenhouse gas emissions.

Seurat’s Green Roadmap for Displacing Traditional Manufacturing

2023 - 2024

2024 - 2026

2026 - 2027

2027 - 2029

2030 and Beyond

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Pilot Capacity: 25 Tons/Year

Gen 1 Capacity: 500 Tons/Year

Per Factory

Gen X Capacity: 92,000 Tons/Year

Per Factory

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