Category Archives: BAE Systems

BAE Systems Air acquires Simufact Additive for metal 3D printing

The multinational aerospace company, BAE Systems, has acquired Simufact Additive, a simulation software by a California-based technology company, MSC. The software will be used for metal 3D printing to reduce the number of build trials. Founded in 1963, the MSC is one of the earliest software companies specializing in finite element analysis (FEA) simulation. In […]

European Large Additive Subtractive Integrated Modular Machine now suitable for construction

The Large Additive Subtractive Integrated Modular Machine (LASIMM), a hybrid manufacturing project of 10 partners across the EU, has reached a new milestone in technology readiness. In development since 2016, the €5 million project is nearing its completion, and is now capable of 3D printing and milling large scale metal parts for end use. Eurico […]

Asco Industries joins Eurofighter Typhoon advanced manufacturing program with BAE Systems

British multinational defence, security, and aerospace company BAE Systems has signed a new partnership agreement with Belgian precision engineering firm Asco Industries. Focusing on the development of additive layer manufacturing, composite materials processing and other related technologies, the partners will work together to advance manufacturing of the Eurofighter Typhoon plane. A fighter jet tradeoff Described […]

BAE Systems und Asco Industries kooperieren für 3D-Druck im Eurofighter Programm

Der britische Rüstungskonzern BAE Systems und das Unternehmen Asco Industries werden im Rahmen einer Kooperationsvereinbarung eine Reihe neuer möglicher Fertigungsprozesse und Materialien für den Eurofighter Typhoon erforschen.  Die Vereinbarung ist Teil eines Eurofighter Angebots, das die Errichtung zweier National Innovation Center beinhaltet, sollte sich Belgien dafür entscheiden seine bestehende F-16 Flotte mit Eurofightern zu ersetzen. Asco […]

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Cranfield opens £35m future aerospace facility with the power of WAAM

Cranfield University, located in Bedfordshire, UK, has just opened a £35 million Aerospace Integration Research Centre (AIRC) center to boost the UK’s growing flight design and engineering ecosystem. The facility features an unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) laboratory; a virtual wind tunnel; a Fanuc robotic arm and more tools, including confirmed work by the university’s large-scale metal […]

3D Printing News Sliced BAE Systems, Lockheed-Martin and Renishaw

In this edition of 3D printing news Sliced, we have stories from BAE Systems, Lockheed-Martin, Renishaw, Vodafone, MSYS, DARPA, the Royal College of Art, the University of Alabama, ASRC, Nano Dimension, Carl Zeiss, Nanoscribe, MASSIVit 3D, Tytus 3D and Xometry. Rocket powered 3D printing Reaction Engine Inc, a subsidiary of aircraft manufacturer Reaction Engines, has […]

UK Additive Manufacturing National Strategy 2018-25 published

AM UK, an independent, government-backed collaboration, has published a new Additive Manufacturing National Strategy. Over 44 pages a vision to bring together industry, academia, government and finance bodies and ensure the UK remains a leading high value manufacturing nation is set out.  With contributions from over 100 3D printing industry experts, the document provides substantial […]

Der Wanderfalke als Vorbild: 3D-gedruckte sensorische Federn sollen Flugzeuge sicherer und energieeffizienter machen

Forscher des britischen Rüstungs- und Luftfahrtkonzerns BAE Systems und der City University London haben am Vorbild des Wanderfalken 3D-gedruckte sensorische Federn entwickelt, die Flugzeuge in den kommenden 20 Jahren sicherer, aerodynamischer und energieeffizienter machen könnten. Die Wissenschaftler haben mehrere Konzepte basierend auf dem schnellsten Vogel der Welt entwickelt. Der Wanderfalke kann bei Geschwindigkeiten von bis zu 320 kmh kontrolliert […]

Der Beitrag erschien bei 3Druck.com unter der URL Der Wanderfalke als Vorbild: 3D-gedruckte sensorische Federn sollen Flugzeuge sicherer und energieeffizienter machen

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