Aerospace

Aeromet, Partners Awarded Funding to Develop AM Metal Powder

An industry-led program awarded the group of companies funding to optimize A20X aluminum powder for use in additive manufacturing of aerospace parts.

UAMMI to Produce 3D-Printed Parts for Air Force

The Utah Advanced Materials & Manufacturing Initiative has been awarded nearly $1 million to produce carbon composite 3D-printed parts for the Air Force.

SIAEC, Stratasys Joint Venture to Establish AM Center

The two companies will form an additive manufacturing service center that will provide design, engineering, certification support and part production for commercial aviation companies.

3D Printing the World's Smallest Flow Measurement Probes

Vectoflow has found its niche in 3D printing flow measurement probes featuring up to five holes on a probe head diameter as tiny as 0.9 mm.

Oerlikon, Boeing Partner to Standardize Metal AM

The collaboration is intended to create standard practices and materials for producing AM parts for the aerospace industry.

Metal AM Advances Thermal Management Systems in Aerospace

The aerospace industry is increasingly turning to additive manufacturing for thermal management components. Andrew Carter of Stratasys Direct Manufacturing explains why.

Italian Company Uses SLM Platform for Aerospace Production

The capabilities of the SLM 280 2.0 enable the production of high-quality parts in high-performance aerospace alloys.

Sintavia to Additively Manufacture Flightworthy Parts

Honeywell has approved the Tier One additive manufacturer to produce aerospace parts with powder-bed fusion. 

Latécoère Cuts Lead Times with FDM 3D Printing

Latécoère is deploying Stratasys fused deposition modeling (FDM) throughout its design and production process.

In Additive’s Evolution, Aerospace Proves the Fittest

As additive manufacturing shifts from prototypes to production, one industrial sector is ahead of the curve.

Sintavia Achieves AS9100 Revision D Certification

The company is one of the first aerospace manufacturers to achieve the standard.

AM Design May (Finally) Launch the Aerospike Engine

A team of engineers turns to additive design to create—and successfully test—“the holy grail of the spaceship movement.”