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GKN Aerospace

GKN Aerospace is to open its Global Technology Centre focusing on additive manufacturing, advanced composites, assembly and industry 4.0 processes in Bristol, UK in 2020. more

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EOS Etihad

EOS

Etihad Airways Engineering has announced new and extended partnerships with two additive manufacturing vendors as it looks to enhance its Maintenance, Overhaul and Repair services. more

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Dutch 3D printer manufacturer, Leapfrog, has unveiled how KLM Engineering and Maintenance is adopting its technology to produce new designs and tooling. more

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Frazer-Nash Manufacturing is now certified to manufacture aerospace components in according to AS9100 quality management standard. more

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GE Additive and GE Aviation have received Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) ‘change in design’ approval to install a 3D printed power door opening system (PDOS) bracket. more

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GE Additive has signed a Memorandum of Undertsanding with Korea Aerospace Industries Association and Incheon Industry-Academy Collaboration Institute. more

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Thermwood boeing tool

Thermwood

Boeing and Thermwood Corporation have teamed up to develop a large, single-piece tool for the aerospace giant’s 777X program by harnessing 3D printing technology. more

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Airbus Helicopters has revealed it has been using German RepRap 3D printing technology to proof new designs of a new step. more

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Sintavia has received a minority investment from the Americas subsidiary of Sumitomo Corporation, a leading trader of goods and services in a host of vertical markets. more

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GKN Aerospace tooling Stratasys

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GKN Aerospace has reported improved production times and the removal of design constraints after harnessing the Stratasys F900 FDM machine to produce production line tools. more

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The first pilot plant to stem from Premium Aerotec, Daimler and EOS’ series additive manufacturing-centred collaboration has been put into operation and features extensive automation. more

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Air New Zealand wine aerator

Air New Zealand

Air New Zealand is exploring 3D printing technology for the manufacture of metal aircraft components and tools. more

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Pratt & Whitney teams with industry leaders to develop and test additively manufactured turbomachinery components. more

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Triumph GE Additive signing

GE Additive

GE Additive has made a further two announcements from Farnborough International Airshow, which sees partnerships with Triumph Group and Honda Aircraft Engine R&D Center begin. more

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RUAG

RUAG Space has outlined its intentions to qualify and accelerate the series production of 3D printed space components, after signing a Memorandum of Understanding with Oerlikon. more

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Arconic bracket

Arconic

Arconic and Lockheed Martin have announced a two-year Joint Development Agreement which will see them develop material and manufacturing processes. more

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AP&C Avio Aero

GE Additive

GE Additive makes the first of a string of announcements at Farnborough Airshow: Eaton Aerospace Group is to begin using Concept Laser machines & AP&C is to install gas atomiser equipment previously in use at Avio Aero, a GE Aviation company more

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The global technology group has signed a MOU with Lufthansa Technik to establish processes for additive manufacturing (AM) in the aircraft MRO industry. more

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Norsk Titanium's Plattsburgh, New York Development and Qualification Center (PDQC) begins qualified production under Boeing contract. more

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Editorial Assistant, Sam Davies finds out how the U.S. Air Force is increasing mission readiness with additive manufacturing. more

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At CES 2016 CRP USA will showcase how, using Windform's advanced 3D printing materials, the design for a high-performance motorbike can be applied to the race for space. more

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