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.”

Arconic and Airbus Team Up to Advance AM for Aerospace

The companies will pool their resources to develop processes to produce structural 3D-printed aerospace components.

Are AM Parts as Strong as Those Made Conventionally?

An additively manufactured flight-critical helicopter part indicates that they are.

Solar Atmospheres Treats FAA-Certified AM Aviation Parts

The aft gallery supports produced by Norsk Titanium AS will be installed on a Boeing airplane.

NASA Tests Bimetallic 3D-Printed Rocket Engine Prototype Part

The 3D-printed rocket engine igniter can be made faster, cheaper and more reliably than the traditional brazed part.

Arcing away from Near-Net Forging

An electrical arc process joins a field of additive manufacturing technologies that could one day provide aerospace manufacturers with alternatives to near-net-shape forgings.

Trumpf Metal 3D Printer to Be Installed at Sintavia

The installation of a TruPrint 3000 at Sintavia’s manufacturing facility is part of a strategic alignment to increase use of Trumpf’s metal 3D printing systems in the aerospace industry.

Airbus Installs 3D-Printed Bracket on Commercial Aircraft

Arconic produced the titanium bracket, which Airbus installed on its A350 XWB series production commercial aircraft.