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3D printing reaches new heights

Written by David

November 16, 2019

Scott Sevcik, vice-president aerospace business segment at Stratasys looks at some of the current trends and developments that highlight the technology’s ongoing ability to deliver opportunities for aerospace manufacturers and their suppliers.

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The relationship between the aerospace and additive manufacturing (AM) industries is continually evolving, with both sectors driven by innovation and change. As leaders in these fields invest in and develop technologies, their paths overlap and inform one another.

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The unique capabilities of AM to produce complex geometries work in symmetry with the needs of manufacturers, who continually strive to achieve faster speeds and utilise complex part designs to increase efficiency.

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While AM is still viewed as a relatively young industry, both aerospace and aircraft interior OEMs have been leveraging the most common […]

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