TROY, Mich., April 21, 2016 /PRNewswire/ — Altair, RUAG and Morf3D have recently entered a non-exclusive partnership for cooperation in advancing additive manufacturing (AM) for Aerospace applications. The partnership will address the full additive manufacturing process including design, analysis, build, test and certification. The partnership aims to offer a start-to-finish service primarily to the Aerospace industry ..
Apr 20, 2016 | By Alec It looks like European aircraft manufacturer Airbus has just reached another 3D printing milestone. Earlier this month, they received the first two LEAP-1A engines for their next-gen Airbus A320neo passenger jets, which are their first engines to feature 3D printed superalloy fuel nozzles. In part thanks to these 3D ..
The Airbus A350 XWB aircraft is set to be the most 3D printed plane in history, carrying over 1,000 plastic endparts from Stratasys, a partially 3D printed engine from Rolls-Royce, 3D printed fuselage and engine pylon parts from Alcoa, as well as components from Materialise and possibly even a 3D printed partition inspired by mold. ..
Collaboration Deal Signals Launch of Norsk’s Integrated Supply Chain Network to Support Worldwide Rapid Plasma Deposition™ Production OSLO, Norway–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Norsk Titanium AS, the world’s leading provider of aerospace-grade, additive manufacturing technology today announced a long-term supply chain services agreement with Precision Holdings, a portfolio company of Texas-based private equity firm Insight Equity Holdings LLC. The ..
When you’re a manufacturing company as large as General Electric it can sometimes be incredibly difficult to adapt and modernize. It isn’t so much that large corporations aren’t interested in being flexible, avoiding waste and finding new ways to produce products, but like a large ship, changing direction isn’t always quick or easy. However, GE ..