Titanium superalloys are highly beneficial to the aerospace industry, helping companies to reduce their carbon footprint by making planes more fuel-efficient. 3D printing of components constructed from titanium superalloys has become popular in this sector for its convenience, speed, and production of lightweight components.
A recent partnership between Titomic and Ascent Aerospace is likely to further drive 3D printing of titanium in the aerospace industry. Additive manufacturing (AM) has moved on from producing expensive, one-off prototypes to being adopted to revolutionize entire industries, changing the way their essential products are manufactured. One of the largest adopters of AM is the aerospace industry. Both sectors are being driven by innovation, with developments feeding into each other.
Over the past few years, the cost of implementing AM has significantly reduced, with 3D printers costing roughly $50,000 just several years ago, to being […]
With yesterday’s day-long online seminar on what the company’s founders have come to define as Additive Manufacturing...