Category Archives: Norsk Titanium

Airbus to help qualify GEFERTEC metal 3D printer for aerospace-grade production

GEFERTEC, the German developer and provider of 3DMP metal 3D printers and technology, is to deliver an industrial-scale arc403 machine to international aeronautics company Airbus. Together with German private sector research organization the Bremen Institute for Applied Beam Technology (BIAS), Airbus is preparing the arc403’s 3DMP metal 3D printing process for use in the aerospace industry. […]

Inside aerospace additive manufacturing certification at Farnborough Airshow 2018

As a high-value, and heavily standardized industry, certification of course is one of the main preoccupations when considering 3D printing in aerospace. In conversations with steel manufacturer and distributor Carpenter Technology, Rapid Plasma Deposition (RPD) company Norsk Titanium and Boeing Horizon X beneficiary Morf3D, I explore this topic a little deeper to underline a picture […]

Norsk Titanium, Pratt & Whitney, 3D printed integrally bladed rotor and more aerospace announcements

Aerospace and additive manufacturing news from the Farnborough International Airshow continues with a batch of news from Norsk Titanium. Norsk Titanium, an aerospace additive manufacturing company with headquarters in Norway, alongside a team of aerospace industry specialists, have collaborated to create and test the first additive manufactured integrally bladed rotor (IBR) used within turbine engines. […]

3D printing news Sliced Siemens, ExOne, Stratasys, Massivit, CELLINK, Formlabs, Star Rapid

This edition of our 3D printing news digest Sliced asks the following questions: Is advanced manufacturing destined to destroy jobs? Will 3D printing benefit from trade wars between the US, Europe and China? How is bioprinting advancing and what are the latest career moves and opportunities across the 3D printing industry? Also, 3D printing news from Siemens, […]

Spirit AeroSystems & Norsk Titanium starten Qualifizierung für AM-Titan-Flugzeugteile

Spirit AeroSystems Norsk Titanium starten Qualifizierung für AM Titan Flugzeugteile3 300x300 - Spirit AeroSystems & Norsk Titanium starten Qualifizierung für AM-Titan-Flugzeugteile

Mit dem Ziel, seine erste 3D-gedruckte Titan-Komponente für eine Boeing 787 zu qualifizieren, schloss sich das US-amerikanische Unternehmen Spirit AeroSystems mit dem norwegischen, auf additive Fertigung spezialisierten Unternehmen Norsk Titanium zusammen. Im Rahmen dieser Qualifizierung werden Norsk Titanium’s Produktions- und Industrialisierungsprozesse validiert, während Spirit AeroSystems‘ Arbeitsgebiet zur Bearbeitung von Endteilen aus additiv gefertigten endkonturnahen Formen [...]

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Norsk Titanium starts qualification of 3D printed production at Spirit

In advancement of a commercial agreement inked in July 2017, Norsk Titanium has initiated the qualification of the first additive manufactured part for Spirit AeroSystems (MYSE:SPR). With this move, Norsk has achieved validation for the production and industrialization of its Rapid Plasma Deposition (RPD) process. Mike Canario, CEO of Norsk Titanium, comments, “I am very proud […]

Norsk Titanium leads aerospace production as New York site is officially added to Boeing’s Producers List

Norsk Titanium, a Norwegian company that supplied the world’s first aerospace-grade, 3D printed titanium components for Boeing, has been officially added to the Qualified Producers List (QPL) for the multinational aircraft corporation through its Plattsburgh, New York Development and Qualification Center (PDQC). This milestone follows a string of successes for Norsk, including the approval from the […]

Oerlikon and Boeing partner to bring 3D printed standard to aerospace

Swiss listed technology group Oerlikon (SWX:OERL) has signed a five year metal 3D printing collaboration agreement with leading aircraft manufacturer Boeing (NYSE: BA). Under the terms of the agreement, the two partners will focus on creating standard means of additively manufacturing titanium aircraft parts, that meet flight requirements of the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and the […]

Oerlikon and Boeing partner to bring 3D printed standard to aerospace

Swiss listed technology group Oerlikon (SWX:OERL) has signed a five year metal 3D printing collaboration agreement with leading aircraft manufacturer Boeing (NYSE: BA). Under the terms of the agreement, the two partners will focus on creating standard means of additively manufacturing titanium aircraft parts, that meet flight requirements of the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and the […]

3D Printing News Sliced, Boeing, Renishaw, Norsk Titanium and Digital Metal

How do you turn a Spectrum computer from the 1980s into a modern, portable laptop? Why is Justin Trudeau funding 3D printing? Why did Norsk Titanium win an award this week? This edition of 3D printing news SLICED features stories from Boeing, Norsk Titanium, Thor3D, Digital Metal, Linamar, Thor3D, Digital Metal, Höganäs, Renishaw, Thor3D, ControlNice, ZX Spectrum, Renishaw, Dorchester 3D, […]