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