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FIT Additive Manufacturing Group develops novel 3D printed aerospace components

FIT Additive Manufacturing Group develops novel 3D printed aerospace components

Written by David

December 4, 2019

The company also announced its commitment to accelerating additive manufacturing through a recent investment.

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Carl Fruth, CEO at FIT AG, stated: “During the past 12 months we have, again, invested a multimillion EUR to continue to keep the pole position in the development and manufacturing of highly innovative AM components.”

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Debuting at Formnext 2019 , FIT AG’s selection of aviation applications included a 3D printed rocket engine fluid manifolds created in partnership with ArianeGroup, formerly known as Airbus Safran Launchers. The components are designed for the Ariane 6 , a modular, launch system, and will be developed using Wire Arc Additive Manufacturing (WAAM). The aim of such parts is to achieve production costs 40 to 50% lower than the Ariane 5 . Furthermore, with support from TAI, FIT has developed a […]

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