Airbus Farsoon Signing Ceremony


Farsoon has announced a research and development agreement with Airbus Beijing Engineering Centre which will focus on the development of an additive manufacturing polymer for use in civil aviation. Read more


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


Scalmalloy robotics - "Pressure Distributor"


Premium AEROTEC, an aerospace manufacturing company, has announced the acquisition of APWORKS, a 3D printing business formerly owned by Airbus. Read more


Additive Industries, a Dutch metal additive manufacturing company, is opening a development centre in the UK, expanding on the success it has generated throughout Europe. Read more


Indaero, a Spanish aerospace and engineering company, has secured a deal with multiple Tier 1 and Tier 2 Airbus suppliers after it has successfully used FDM 3D printing to produce complex tools. Read more


Arconic and Airbus have announced their mission to advance 3D printing for aerospace, signing a multi-year cooperative research agreement. Read more

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3D Systems on 3D printing a flightworthy RF filter with Airbus Defence and Space. Read more


Liebherr Aerospace achieves 35% weight reduction of aerospace component with EOS M400


Liebherr Aerospace has harnessed EOS metal 3D printing technology to develop a flight control hydraulic component. Read more


Airbus has installed a 3D printed titanium bracket, manufactured by Arconic, on its series production commercial aircraft, the A350 XWB. Read more


Valuechain has launched a new version of its production control software, DNAam, tailored for AM processes. Read more


Airbus has selected the Stratasys subsidiary to manufacture non-structural parts in ULTEM 9085 material for its A350 XWB aircraft. Read more


Creaform, a specialist in portable and highly accurate 3D measurement technologies, is extending its expertise in non-destructive testing (NDT) to the aerospace industry. Read more



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APWORKS, a subsidiary of aircraft manufacturer, Airbus, has seen its 3D printed high performance structure component exhibited at The Mariners’ Museum in Virginia. Read more


An Autodesk research scientist has combined modern additive manufacturing methods with traditional casting methods to design a lightweighted aeroplane seat, which he believes could save airlines millions of dollars. Read more


Sciaky EBAM system

Hand-out Sciaky, Inc.

Metal additive manufacturing company, Sciaky Inc is to provide multiple Electron Beam Additive Manufacturing (EBAM) systems to a metal 3D printing parts supplier in America. Read more


Global 3D scanning company, Creaform has had its flagship metrology-grade portable 3D scanner series, HandySCAN 3D, certified by Airbus. Meanwhile, Creaform has unveiled a new optical coordinate measuring system for large-scale metrology projects. Read more


Italian 3D printer manufacturer, Roboze has announced the company is providing its newest machines for the next generation of Fused Layer Manufacturing to the CTC GmbH, an Airbus subsidiary. Read more


Airbus A350

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Additive manufacturing solutions company, Stratasys has announced the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with SIA Engineering Company Limited. Read more


Cenit contributes software expertise to Horizon 2020 aviation additive manufacturing project


Cenit is helping to boost resource efficiency in aviation by implementing additive manufacturing and bionic design in all phases of the aircraft lifecycle. The IT software and consulting company is participating in European Commission ‘Horizon 2020'. Read more


Airbus A320 plane

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Arconic has entered a series of agreements to supply Airbus 3D-printed metal parts for its commercial aircraft. Airbus has also installed a Sciaky Electron Beam Additive Manufacturing (EBAM) 110 System. Read more