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.

Premium AEROTEC certifies GE Additive multi-laser AM system and increases productivity by over 30%

Premium AEROTEC is on its way to achieving a milestone in the serial production of aerospace metal 3D printed components.

Satair provides an airline customer with a certified metal 3D printed flying spare part

Satair, an Airbus services company, has successfully delivered a metal 3D printed flying spare part to an airline customer.

The 3D printed multi-material F-16 hydraulic tube clamp has placed 1st in the USAF...

 Remember when we told you Origin, Stress Engineering Services and nTopology have worked together to address an aerospace technical challenge? A team...

21 3D Printed Titanium Parts from VELO3D are flying in Boom Supersonic XB-1...

XB-1 is ready to fly - with 21 Titanium 3D-printed parts Following a series of qualification trials on VELO3D’s...

Solukon’s Smart Powder Recuperation SPR® helps Lortek achieve the production of a 3D printed...

A collaboration between Solukon and Lortek demonstrates the capabilities of Solukon's Smart Powder Recuperation SPR® technology. Lortek is the...

A 3D printed multi-material F-16 hydraulic tube clamp led Origin to the U.S. Air...

Origin, Stress Engineering Services and nTopology collaborate together to address an aerospace technical challenge Origin, the manufacturer of open...
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