Category Archives: Norsk Titanium

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, […]

3D Printing Industry Review of the year April 2017

April Fools! One of the most popular articles this month was Formlabs’ prank launch of Form 2 Breakfast Extensions. However, in the days that followed, the 3D printing industry saw many innovation that would continue to be referenced throughout the year. Exclusive insights This month the 2017 Wholers Report, an annual worldwide progress document of […]

3D printing news Sliced, Hawk3D, Google, SEGA, Proto Labs, Norsk Titanium, and Dartmouth College

This edition of our 3D printing news digest Sliced features Sharebot, Norsk Titanium, SEGA, Hawk 3D Proto, 3D Platform, Caribbean Maritime University, Singapore’s Land Transport Authority, Google, Saarland University, Factum Foundation for Digital Technology in Conservation, Aibot, Proto Labs, Geekcon, and Dartmouth College. 3D printing going global 3D Platform, manufacturers of the WorkSeries large-format, industrial 3D printers, […]

3D printing news Sliced, Trumpf, Norsk Titanium, Konami and NuVasive

This edition of 3D printing news Sliced features stories from Spee3d, the University of Pittsburgh, the Virtual Curation Laboratory, Charles Darwin University, Norsk Titanium, NuVasive, Trumpf, Pro Evolution Soccer, Space IL, Fishy Filaments, Obayashi Corporation and XRobots. Significant sale for Spee3D, huge sales for Trumpf, and a New York Dedication for Norsk Australian OEM Spee3D sold one of its high-speed cold spray […]

In Kürze: Airbus druckt A350-Bauteile, Griffith University, Norsk Titanium & Spirit AeroSystems, AML Technologies

Airbus produziert Polymer-Bauteile für A350 XWB auf Stratasys 3D-Druckern Der europäische Flugzeughersteller Airbus wird Polymerbauteile für seinen A350 XWB über die Dienstleistungssparte Stratasys Direct Manufacturing in Serie auf 3D-Druckern fertigen lassen. Nichtstrukturelle Bauteile wie Halterungen sowie weitere, für die Systeminstallation verwendete Bauteile werden mittels FDM-Verfahren auf 3D-Produktionsdruckern hergestellt. Verwendet wird dabei das Material ULTEM™ 9085. Das […]

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Spirit Aerosystems partners with Norsk Titanium to 3D print titanium aircraft parts

Aerospace manufacturer Spirit Aerosystems has announced a commercial partnership with Norsk Titanium for its proprietary 3D printed titanium technology.

Norsk Titanium’s 3D printing method is known …