Adoption of 3D Printing Aerospace & Space

Aerospace & Space

Additive manufacturing is a key issue for aerospace manufacturers. They see the technology as a way to meet key challenges of the sector including lightweighting of aircraft’s parts and the scarcity of certain materials.

Aerospace Company SAAB explores 3D Printing To Repair Battle-Damaged Gripen Fighter Aircraft

The next step for Håkan Stake and his team is to look at alternative materials to PA2200, ones that are also flexible...

A 3D Printed Monolithic RF Communications Circuit has been sent to ISS

As part of a project, Nano Dimension and L3Harris have developed a RF circuit that has been sent to the International Space...

Large Format Additive Manufacturing Is A Good Production Candidate For Autoclave Tooling

Autoclave tooling has become pivotal for processing high quality polymer composite aerospace structural components. For an industry like the aerospace, an investment...

AMCM GmbH to build Europe’s largest industrial 3D printer for a spaceflight company

Following a series of successful trials printing various large-scale rocket components over a number of months, Orbex, a UK-based company has signed...

Depowdering of Aerospace 3D Printed Parts: Solukon integrates new features to its automated powder...

Machine manufacturer Solukon has just announced new upgrades for its automated powder removal systems. The upgrades concern the SFM-AT1000-S and the SFM-AT800-S...

SPACE: Airbus achieves first Large-Scale Deployment of Radio Frequency Products using Additive Manufacturing

It’s been a few years that Airbus has demonstrated that additive manufacturing could be used to produce radio frequency components. For those...
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