Aviation Additive Manufacturing News

With over a century of history, the Paris Air Show, aka SIAE 2019, aka Salon Le Bourget is now shaping up to be one of the key events for aerospace 3D printing and additive manufacturing industry operators, as the aerospace industry continues to lead in adoption of optimized 3D printed parts. Here you will find the most relevant Paris Air Show 2019 aerospace 3D printing and additive manufacturing news.



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  • AGILE Space Industries, a specialist in the use of additive manufacturing for space propulsion applications, has acquired Pittsburgh-based 3D printing service provider, Tronix3D. The deal will lead to the creation of a new division called Agile Additive, focused on advancing the state-of-the-art in additive manufacturing for aerospace. Agile Space Industries…

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  • Wabtec Corporation celebrated the start of operations at Neighborhood 91, the additive manufacturing production campus at Pittsburgh International Airport’s Innovation Campus. The new 11,000-sq-ft facility builds upon Wabtec’s efforts to drive innovation in the rail industry through its growing additive manufacturing capabilities. “Advances in additive technology are changing the way…

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  • GE Aviation has received Engineering Change Proposal (ECP) approval from the US Air Force (USAF) for an F110 additively manufactured sump cover. The latest milestone in the USAF and GE’s pathfinder Pacer Edge program, this F110 component is the first engine component designed for and produced by metal additive manufacturing…

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  • Swinburne University of Technology and Amaero International Limited have partnered with the Australian National Fabrication Facility Limited (ANFF) on a project to develop EBC coatings for internal turbine engine surfaces and nozzles. The project’s aim is to advance Compliant Multilayer Environmental Barrier Coatings (EBCs) that can be applied to rocket…

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  • To streamline tool production within the aerospace supply chain, Caracol worked with large international groups, supporting them in substituting traditional processes with composites AM. In particular, the company has been producing large-scale aerospace tools for the positioning and vacuum gripped drilling of airplane fuselage panels for aerostructures, bringing to life…

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  • Zenith Tecnica, a New Zealand-based contract manufacturer specializing in titanium 3D printing, recently marked its 5th year of partnering with leading satellite manufacturer Maxar Technologies to supply structural spacecraft flight hardware. Since 2016, Maxar has built and launched five spacecraft with 260 titanium components produced by Zenith Tecnica using additive…

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  • GE has completed testing of its first XA100 adaptive cycle engine, ushering in a new era of combat propulsion. GE initiated testing at its Evendale, Ohio, altitude test facility on December 22, 2020. The engine’s performance and mechanical behavior were consistent with pre-test predictions and fully aligned with the U.S.…

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  • Part of the Hyde Group of companies, Hyde Aero Products (HAP) is one of Europe’s leading aerospace engineering service providers, specializing in design and manufacturing solutions. The company has recognized that additive manufacturing (AM) will play an increasingly important role in future aerospace components and that the technology is ideally…

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  • FIT AG signed a memorandum of understanding with Turkish Aerospace, in which both parties declare their intention to work closely together in research and development to complete advanced 3D printing technology and products leveraging their respective strengths. For manufacturing specialist FIT AG, additively manufactured components for the aerospace industry are…

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  • CAES, a provider of RF technologies and related mission-critical electronic solutions, and SWISSto12, a provider of 3D printed technology for RF applications in the aerospace and defense industry, formed a strategic alliance to enable CAES to bring additive manufacturing and 3D printing technology to US customers. “We are proud to…

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