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BigRep and Etihad to define aerospace additive manufacturing roadmap

Large scale industrial additive manufacturing 3D printer provider BigRep is teaming up with Etihad Airways Engineering to develop an additive manufacturing roadmap for the aerospace industry. The plan will focus on ways to develop 3D printing processes and standards for the production of aircraft interiors. Berhard Randerath, Vice President of Engineering, Design & Innovation at Etihad […]

3D-Hybrid releases metal 3D printing toolheads for any CNC

3D-Hybrid, a machine tool company based in California, has released a set of printheads that deliver metal additive manufacturing to existing CNC machines. According to the company, the range can be installed in “nearly any CNC machine,” turning it into a hybrid additive and subtractive manufacturing system. WAAM, LMD and Cold Spray 3D-Hybrid’s range of […]

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 […]

FAA to launch eight-year additive manufacturing road map

Filed for review in late September, the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has developed a draft Additive Manufacturing Strategic Roadmap, advising businesses of adequate practice surrounding the different technologies in the industry. The roadmap features key regulation information covering emerging considerations around part and process certification, machine and part maintenance, research and development and the demand […]

LEAP-1C Triebwerk bekommt Zulassung von FAA und EASA

CFM, das Joint Venture von GE Aviation und Safran bekommt die Zulassung von der U.S. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) und der European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) für das LEAP-1C Triebwerk. Das Triebwerk ist das neueste Triebwerk mit der mittlerweile berühmten 3D gedruckten Einspritzdüse, die auch in GE´s Triebwerken verbaut wird. Allen Paxson, Executive Vice President […]

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