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3D printing news Sliced Hypersonic flight, Xometry, Nano Dimension, Fisher Unitech, Boeing, Bowman International

In this edition of our 3D printing news digest Sliced, a 3D printed hypercar, further investment into hypersonic flight enabled by additive manufacturing, a new and advanced 3D printer for the medical sector and recent partnerships from Fisher Unitech and Nano Dimension, as well as Bowman International and HP. Also included is additive manufacturing news […]

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. […]

Arconic announces multiple aerospace deals, Lockheed Martin joint development agreement

3D printing news about the aerospace sector is set to dominate the agenda this week as the Farnborough International Airshow gets underway. GE Additive and GKN have already made announcements, and now a batch of news from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania based Arconic has just been announced. Lockheed Martin and Arconic sign Joint Development Agreement A freshly […]

DSTA, Airbus, and Boeing to use additive manufacturing for aircraft maintenance

The Defense Science and Technology Agency (DSTA) of Singapore has signed separate agreements with aerospace industry leaders Airbus and Boeing to integrate additive manufacturing into military aircraft maintenance. Although the finer details of these agreements remain confidential, the DSTA has revealed that it will focus on the reduction of personnel requirements with the development of new […]

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 […]

Boeing schließt Partnerschaft mit Assembrix für sichere Datenübertragung bei 3D-Druck

assembrix 3d druck datenübertragung 300x193 - Boeing schließt Partnerschaft mit Assembrix für sichere Datenübertragung bei 3D-Druck

Der US-amerikanische Flugzeughersteller Boeing rüstet sich über eine Partnerschaft mit dem israelischen Softwareunternehmen Assembrix für den Schutz von geistigem Eigentum bei 3D-gedruckten Flugzeugteilen. Mit der Software von Assembrix wird es Boeing zukünftig möglich sein mit Lieferanten und Fertigungsunternehmen geteilte Daten für Bauteile zu schützen. Die Assembrix Software wird es Boeing ermöglichen Designdateien und Informationen für […]

Der Beitrag Boeing schließt Partnerschaft mit Assembrix für sichere Datenübertragung bei 3D-Druck erschien zuerst auf 3Druck.com – Das Magazin für 3D-Drucktechnologien.

Boeing collaborates with Assembrix to secure 3D printing

3D printing is a hotbed of intellectual property (IP) and, as a number of projects have proved, its protection can be just as lucrative as the innovation. In the aerospace industry especially, where competition runs high and products remain in development for a number of years, IP protection is a primary concern. In a new Memorandum of […]

Accelerating additive manufacturing: Oerlikon and IABG partnership, SME ITEAM launches

Two pieces of 3D printing news show how the additive manufacturing industry plans to increase adoption of the technology. Oerlikon and IABG are addressing certification, while SME has announced a platform for evaluating the feasibility using industrial 3D printing for manufacturing. Oerlikon AM and IABG Oerlikon AM, Swiss technology group Oerlikon’s additive manufacturing Business Unit, […]

Accelerating additive manufacturing: Oerlikon and IABG partnership, SME ITEAM launches

Two pieces of 3D printing news show how the additive manufacturing industry plans to increase adoption of the technology. Oerlikon and IABG are addressing certification, while SME has announced a platform for evaluating the feasibility using industrial 3D printing for manufacturing. Oerlikon AM and IABG Oerlikon AM, Swiss technology group Oerlikon’s additive manufacturing Business Unit, […]

3D Printing News Sliced, ProtoCAM, Goceram, Filamentive and EnvisionTEC

This edition of our 3D printing news digest Sliced, asks the following questions: How has 3D printing been used to bring the first statue of a woman to the UK’s Parliament Square? How can 1st-century Roman helmets be recreated with 3D printing? How long is the world’s longest 3D printed chain? All this and more […]