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SPR depowdering as a gamechanger for free component design - Solukon also depowders the highly complex aerospike component

When asked which application has particularly moved the AM community in recent weeks, one term would certainly come up quickly: the Aerospike component. This is a rocket engine developed by Hyperganic and manufactured by EOS and AMCM.


AddUp and Dassault Aviation: towards an automated additive manufacturing workshop for aeronautics

AddUp and Dassault Aviation are collaborating to move metal additive manufacturing processes from "prototyping" to "mass production" for aeronautics. To achieve this, additive technology must be optimized to demonstrate its capabilities in terms of quality, reproducibility, and productivity, to consider the mass production of metal parts that will then be integrated into aircraft.

Hexagon and Stratasys unlock 3D-printed PEKK’s lightweighting potential for aerospace engineers with simulation

Hexagon’s Manufacturing Intelligence division and Stratasys, a leader in polymer 3D printing solutions, have applied Hexagon’s simulation technology to capture the behaviour of Stratasys’ high-performance, ultra-lightweight Antero™ reinforced polyetherketoneketone (PEKK) materials and its additive manufacturing processes.

Optomec and Acme Manufacturing Showcase First Automated Workcell for Adaptive Repair of Turbine Parts at Formnext

Turnkey Solution Includes Seamless Integration of Prep, Additive Repair and Finishing Functions

Optomec Inc., a leader in 3D metal additive manufacturing (AM) solutions and Acme Manufacturing, the global leader of robotic material removal systems, have partnered to produce an industry first, fully automated work cell initially optimized for repairing aviation compressor blades made of titanium.

Optomec and Acme Manufacturing Showcase the Industry’s First Fully Automated Work Cell for the Additive Repair of Turbine Parts

Turnkey Solution Includes Seamless Integration of Prep, Additive Repair and Finishing Functions

Optomec Inc., a leader in 3D metal additive manufacturing (AM) solutions and Acme Manufacturing, the global leader of robotic material removal systems, have partnered to produce an industry first, fully automated work cell initially optimized for repairing aviation compressor blades made of titanium.

Rapid Prototyping for Aviation Wi-Fi with Quickparts & Gogo Business Aviation

Gogo is the world's largest provider of broadband connectivity services for the business aviation market. The company offers a customisable suite of smart cabin systems for highly integrated connectivity, inflight entertainment and voice solutions. Gogo's products and services are installed on thousands of business aircraft of all sizes and mission types from turboprops to the largest global jets.

Hermeus to Build World's Fastest Aircraft with Newly Acquired Velo3D Sapphire Printers

Using Velo3D’s end-to-end metal additive manufacturing solution, the hypersonics aerospace company will 3D print parts for its Mach 5 Chimera engine and Quarterhorse aircraft

Velo3D, Inc. (NYSE: VLD), a leading metal additive manufacturing technology company for mission-critical parts, today announced Hermeus, a company developing hypersonic aircraft for defense and commercial applications, has acquired an original Sapphire and a large-format Sapphire XC that is designed for high-volume production.

SLM announces sale of two more SLM 500s to Rolls-Royce

SLM Solutions Group AG ("SLM Solutions," "SLM" or the "Company") has announced the sale of two more SLM®500s to Rolls-Royce in 2022.

Rolls-Royce previously purchased SLM®500s as part of the journey to transfer their expertise and knowledge gained on single laser solutions to multi-laser platforms. These additional machines are part of the pre-production ramp up for the Pearl®10X

UK Teen Skips DfAM, Designs and Prints One-Piece “Unmanufacturable” Aerospike Rocket

With shortened classroom time due to the country’s Covid lockdown, U.K. high-school student Ewan Craig finished required studies early and turned his attention to an old pastime: understanding rockets. Using free afternoons and evenings, Ewan, then 16, dove into the mysteries of propulsion and all things aerospace.


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