Aerospace 3D Printing and 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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EASA-FAA hold joint expert workshop on additive manufacturing for aviation

As certification provider TUV SUD explained in a recent interview with 3dpbm, regulators want to make regulations as accessible as…

4 weeks ago

SAE International publishes first Additive Manufacturing Polymer Specifications for aerospace industry

SAE International released the first Additive Manufacturing (AM) Polymer specifications for the aerospace industry. AMS7100: Fuse Filament Fabrication Process and…

1 month ago

SmarTech’s new report on Additive Manufacturing for Civil Aviation is out now

The opportunities in additive manufacturing for civil aviation parts production are beyond question. The number of application cases leveraging AM’s…

2 months ago

Design4AM: ESA partners with Siemens and Sonaca to develop AM space applications

The European Space Agency (ESA) announced this week that it has chosen Siemens Digital Industries Software to develop aerospace design…

6 months ago

Carpenter Technology and BMT Aerospace redesign aerospace pinion for production by AM

Carpenter Technology Corporation and Belgium-based BMT Aerospace are cooperating in the development of an additively manufactured (AM) aerospace pinion, using…

6 months ago

MBDA chooses Prodways rapid additive forging technology for production of defense parts

Prodways Rapid Additive Forging (RAF) technology dedicated to the 3D printing of large dimension titanium parts for aeronautics applications is…

6 months ago

FusiA Aeroadditive acquires GE Additive Concept Laser M2 system

GE Additive confirmed at the Paris Air Show that Toulouse-based FusiA Aeroadditive – part of the French group Freyssinet AeroEquipment…

6 months ago

Paris Air Show 2019 additive manufacturing video highlights

At this 2019 edition of the Paris Air Show in Le Bourget, there were literally dozens of companies showing off…

6 months ago

GE Aerospace expands AM production capabilities with 27 new EBM systems

GE Additive today announced at the Paris Air Show that GE Aviation has made a significant investment in its electron…

6 months ago