Engineers at CERN recently succeeded in achieving unprecedented cooling to -40˚C in the extremely confined space of the Large Hadron Collider's photon detector strip. The problem to be solved was very complex. The solution will lead to improved particle detection. But how did the engineers manage to go from a theoretically perfect design to real parts that met their strict specifications?

CERN is one of several teams that have turned to 3D Systems for additive manufacturing support and services. Learn more about how additive manufacturing can help you achieve improvements in design and performance to optimise the performance, reliability and economics of various fluid dynamic systems. These include.
Cooling systems
Heat exchangers
Drive systems
Manifolds/distributors
Microfluidic devices, and more ...
As an industry leader in the development and application of additive manufacturing solutions, 3D Systems has extensive experience in delivering high-value projects that help companies improve their manufacturing and performance.
"There were only a few companies to consider. Ultimately, we chose 3D Systems because I felt that the engineers assigned to the task could actually turn our design into something that could be produced."
- Antonio Pellegrino, project manager of the SciFi Tracker project at CERN
www.3dsystem.com

 

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