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Sintavia scales end-to-end applied additive technology

Brian Neff wants to leave nothing to chance. To ensure the quality of the high-value additively manufactured metal parts his company provides for the demanding aerospace and defense sectors, he believes it is imperative to have end-to-end control of the production process – from design and raw materials to final part inspection.


Oerlikon partners with United Launch Alliance to manufacture launch vehicle flight components

Oerlikon AM, the additive manufacturing unit of global technology powerhouse Oerlikon, announces it will provide metal additively manufactured qualification and flight components for United Launch Alliance’s (ULA) next-generation Vulcan Centaur rocket. ULA is the world's most experienced and reliable launch service provider, with more than 130 launches and 100 percent mission success.

Henkel launches first photoreactive 3D printing material meeting aerospace fire, smoke and toxicity safety standards

Since the announcement of their collaboration in February 2019, Henkel and Origin have been collaborating to develop new materials by optimizing print processes that extend the current boundaries of additive manufacturing. As a result of this partnership Henkel has developed an entirely new 3D printable photopolymer material with fire, smoke and toxicity resistance properties for use with Origin One printers.

Images-et-reseaux. com – Atomiq: Complete the internet coverage by superfast brodband satellite

article satelitesThe ATOMIQ research project was conceived in order to tackle the digital gap. The goal of the project is to eliminate areas with limited internet access through the use of superfast broadband satellite connections in locations where fibre optic would prove too costly. The project is focused on developing next-generation filters compatible for use with high frequencies, with these widely available in satellite connections.

Italdron revolutionizes drone production using Carbon Nylon and WASP 3D printing

Among the newest generations of products, drones are among those that best embody the concept of innovation. Not only for their technical characteristics, but also for the cutting-edge technologies used to develop and build them. As a manufacturing process, 3D printing is increasingly used within the drone production cycle, mainly for prototyping.

STRATASYS AND BAE SYSTEMS INCREASE COLLABORATION ON EMERGING ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING SOLUTIONS

Aerospace and defence giant gains greater access to Stratasys R&D initiatives for new additive manufacturing materials and hardware technologies

Stratasys (NASDAQ: SSYS) and BAE Systems plc have announced that they will further strengthen their relationship around emerging additive manufacturing solutions within its Land, Maritime and Air Sectors.


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