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British Airways

British Airways

British Airways has announced it is exploring the potential of 3D printing non-essential cabin parts as it looks to reduce wait times and emissions output. Read more

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GE Arcam Avio

Avio Aero

GE Aviation has invested in 17 additional Arcam EBM A2X systems and 10 Spectra H platforms, GE Additive has announced at Paris Air Show. Read more

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Stratasys Boom

Stratasys

Stratasys and Boom Supersonic have announced a seven-year extension to their partnership at Paris Air Show 2019. Read more

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GE Additive and TEI signing ceremony at Paris Air Show 2019.

GE Additive

GE Additive has announced TUSAŞ Engine Industries has invested in two GE Additive Concept Laser M Line Factory and two M2 cusing systems at Paris Air Show 2019. Read more

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Stratasys Marshall Aerospace

Stratasys

Marshall Aerospace and Defence Group is using 3D printing to produce flight-ready parts and ground-running equipment for a number of its military, civil, and business aircraft. Read more

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Airbus Farsoon Signing Ceremony

Farsoon

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

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Sintavia, a leading Tier One metal additive manufacturing company, has received internal approval to manufacture production parts for Honeywell Aerospace using powder bed fusion technology. Read more

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

Liebherr

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

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Ogle Models Zodiac Aerospace

Brian Petty

Ogle Models, a UK-based modelling and design company, teamed up with Zodiac Aerospace to design a full-scale exhibition model of a business class aeroplane seat. Read more

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Boeing has placed a production purchase order with Norsk Titanium for 3D printed structural titanium components. The parts, which are being produced with Norsk's Rapid Plasma Deposition process, will be used on the 787 Dreamliner. Read more

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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

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3D-printed electronics leader, Nano Dimension Technologies has received funding to launch a project focused on the 3D printing of advanced ceramic materials in inkjet technology. A budget of NIS 1.4 million, approximately $372,000, has been granted. Read more

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Strata Manufacturing Siemens Etihad partnership

Strata Manufacturing

Engineering and technology giant, Siemens has partnered with Strata Manufacturing to deliver additively manufactured aircraft interior parts for UAE’s national airline. The three-way partnership aims to revolutionise the aerospace industry. Read more

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Cenit contributes software expertise to Horizon 2020 aviation additive manufacturing project

Cenit

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

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Aviation technology students at a Dutch university are using 3D printing to build small rockets as part of their studies. After using 3D printing for two prior rockets, the students are now planning their first entirely 3D-printed spacecraft. Read more

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Magnetic MRO 3D-printed aircraft

Magnetic MRO

Aircraft maintenance and repair service, Magnetic MRO are to begin work on the 3D printing of aviation-approved parts. Along with MAC Interiors they have come across new opportunities to expand MRO services and innovative in-house capabilities. Read more

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Hawker Typhoon

Renishaw

Global engineering technologies company, Renishaw helped bring a national treasure back to Gloucester using additive manufacturing to print four sets of unusual cockpit brackets for a Hawker Typhoon aircraft. Read more

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GE Additive

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GE Additive stole the show on the second day of formnext 2016, with a series of big announcements as they aim to accelerate the additive revolution. Following on from their acquisition of Concept Laser, GE want to develop a global network of AM. Read more

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3D printed jet engine

Monash University

Australian company, Amaero Engineering, the developers of the world's first 3D-printed jet engine, has launched a new venture with French Aerospace firm, Safran Power Units. Together they will extend prior research and print more turbojet components. Read more

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Brazilian Air Force Stratasys aircraft part

Stratasys

Brazilian Air Force's Institute of Advanced Studies has partnered with Stratasys to efficiently create robust aircraft components. Using 3D printing solutions, the Air Force will be able to manufacture test models within a week. Read more

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