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Saab announces new U.S. site for advanced manufacturing and production

Saab announces a new site for advanced manufacturing and production in West Lafayette, Indiana, United States of America. The site will be located at the Purdue University-affiliated Discovery Park District. Saab intends to invest US$ 37 million over the coming years from 2020.

NASA Seeker Robot x The Technology House, Powered By Carbon

Through an iterative design approach, and a drastically reduced time to certification made possible by the Carbon Platform, production partner The Technology House (TTH) worked with NASA to rapidly and cost-effectively produce four high-performance thrusters for the cold-gas propulsion system within the new Seeker robotic free flier inspector. Seeker is a NASA free flyer technology demonstration project for autonomous robotic inspection that launched today aboard the Cygnus spacecraft for Northrop Grumman’s 11th contracted Commercial Resupply Services mission to the International Space Station (ISS).

EOS and Etihad Airways Engineering Set to Expand Industrial 3D Printing Capabilities

EOS, the world's leading technology supplier in the field of industrial 3D printing, and Etihad Airways Engineering, the largest aircraft maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) services provider in the Middle East, have agreed a strategic partnership which will significantly expand local capabilities for industrial 3D printing in aviation.

3D-Printed parts on site and on demand: Etihad Airways Engineering to use Bigrep 3D printers in their Maintenance, Overhaul and Repair facility.

Etihad Airways Engineering to install large-scale 3D printer Bigrep ONE to print parts and tooling, followed by a next generation Bigrep EDGE industrial 3D printer to develop, test and certify material for aircraft parts.

How EOS industrial 3D printing is contributing to revolutionizing human transport, enabling a pioneering flight suit

Arm mount with 3D printed parts, leading to weight and cost reductions by changing material, functional integration and bionic design optimizations (source: EOS)EOS and Gravity showcase aeronautical innovation at the formnext show in Frankfurt/Germany
EOS, the world's leading technology supplier in the field of Industrial 3D printing of metals and polymers, is showcasing its broad solution portfolio at formnext (Nov. 13 – 16) in Frankfurt/Germany. Based on a recently entered partnership with Gravity Industries, EOS will present components of Gravity's pioneering Jet Suit at the EOS booth G50 in hall 3.1. On November 14, show visitors can attend a demo flight performed by Gravity Industries, Head of Flight Training, Dr. Angelo Grubisic at the “Agora“ in front of hall 3 at 12.30h p.m.

Turkish Aerospace Industries Chooses Dassault Systèmes for Turkey’s Largest Aviation Project

Turkish Aerospace Industries Chooses Dassault Systèmes for Turkey’s Largest Aviation Project
Turkish Aerospace will use the 3DEXPERIENCE platform for end to end development of next generation, multirole aircraft
More than 2,000 stakeholders will digitally collaborate across functions and organizations
Dassault Systèmes selected after comprehensive evaluation of market solutions

Lifeguards of the near future

As the manufacturing partner for Sanad Academy, the winner of the AED1million 2017 UAE Drones for Good prize, Immensa Technology Labs was faced with the task of redesigning and 3D printing the body of an Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) within a very short period of time. The decision to produce the drone using additive manufacturing was made only three weeks prior to the competition, at a time when the team at Sanad Academy realized that 3D printing was the only way by which they could realize their ambitious goals. Their aim was to manufacture a ‘lifeguard drone’ – a drone which did not only fly, but could also float on water and act as a lifebuoy for people who may be drowning.

STRATASYS ADVANCING ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING INTO MAINSTREAM WITH NEW SOLUTIONS FOR FACTORY FLOOR

Advances in manufacturing solutions include expansion of composite-compatible printers, Industry 4.0-ready systems with MTConnect, and production-level repeatability

Solutions include Carbon Fiber Filled Nylon 12 via Stratasys Direct Manufacturing and availability on two new production 3D printers.

Stratasys offers specialized high-repeatability solutions for aircraft interiors and other highly regulated production applications
Stratasys (Nasdaq: SSYS), a global leader in additive technology solutions, today unveiled a range of new solutions designed to


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