Defense

  • US Navy's MAINTENX chooses SPEE3D’s cold spray metal 3D technology. To print military maritime parts from land and sea.

    US Navy’s MAINTENX chooses SPEE3D’s cold spray metal 3D technology

    SPEE3D, a supplier of some of the world’s fastest metal 3D printers (using the company’s cold spray technology), and a current Australian army manufacturing partner, has been selected by the US Navy to take part in the Navy’s MaintenX exercise to manufacture deployable metal 3D printing technology on both land…

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  • BEAMIT invests in M Line concept laser system from GE Additive. Meeting growing demand from aerospace and defense customers.

    BEAMIT invests in M Line concept laser system from GE Additive

    BEAMIT Group, partly owned by SANDVIK, has invested in a GE Additive Concept Laser M Line system to meet growing demand from its aerospace and defense customers for both large format metal 3D printed components and the assistance in industrializing additive production. This investment comes six months after Avio Aero,…

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  • MELD Manufacturing awarded at 2022 AMUG Conference. For the company's involvement with the U.S. Army’s Jointless Hull Program.

    MELD Manufacturing wins award for U.S. Army vehicles project

    MELD and CEO, Nanci Hardwick, were presented with the Advanced Concepts Award at the 2022 Additive Manufacturing Users Group (AMUG) Conference. The annual conference was held in Chicago, Illinois. The Advanced Concepts award recognizes individuals and their companies for outstanding work in additive manufacturing technology. The first-place award was a…

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  • New RF additive manufacturing laboratory opened by CAES. Providing AM services for next-generation aerospace and defense systems.

    New RF additive manufacturing laboratory opened by CAES

    CAES, a leading provider of mission-critical electronics, has opened its new state-of-the-art radio frequency (RF) additive manufacturing operations in Exeter, New Hampshire. The lab supports CAES’ partnership with SWISSto12, a leading provider of 3D printed technology for RF applications, and is dedicated to bringing additive manufacturing solutions to the United…

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  • Airbus selects GE Avio Aero Catalyst engine solution for Eurodrone

    Following a competitive tender process as well as an extensive technical analysis phase, Airbus has selected Avio Aero from Italy to power the Eurodrone unmanned aerial system with its engine and propeller solution, dubbed Catalyst, known for having several 3D printed parts. “This selection is a decisive step forward and…

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  • GE T901 engine for future military helicopter begins tests

    GE has initiated testing on the first T901-GE-900 engine, GE’s next-generation rotorcraft engine will power the U.S. Army’s UH-60 Black Hawk, AH-64 Apache military helicopters built by Sikorsky and Future Attack Reconnaissance Aircraft (FARA) aircraft in the future.  According to DefenseNews, which cites US Army sources, the engine the GE…

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  • X-Bow Systems unveils 3D printed solid rocket motors. Contributing to a new era of rapidly-developing rocketry.

    X-Bow Systems unveils 3D printed solid rocket motors

    X-Bow (pronounced “cross-bow”) Launch Systems Inc., an American space technology company focused on 3D printed energetics, is bringing to market its solid-fuel rocket motors, in addition to a suite of small launch vehicles for both orbital and suborbital launch services. X-bow already has multiple contracts with customers including the U.S.…

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  • 3D printed missile parts speed up production. CASIC has used 3D printing to improving the production efficiency of gas rudders.

    3D printed missile parts speed up production in China

    China Aerospace Science and Industry Corp (CASIC), China’s largest missile maker, is taking advantage of additive manufacturing (AM) technology to accelerate the design and production of cruise missiles, engineers said. “It takes about one to two months for dozens of technicians and workers to manufacture a gas rudder (used on…

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  • SPEE3D wins award at Military Additive Manufacturing Summit

    The contribution SPEE3D’s technology has made to furthering the manufacturing capability of Defense was recognized by the US Defense Strategies Institute (DSI) at their 6th Military Additive Manufacturing Summit, which took place in Tampa, Florida. At the summit, SPEE3D was announced as the inaugural winner of the Defense Strategies Institute’s…

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  • Phillips Federal Expands acquires WarpSPEE3D AM machine

    Phillips Federal, a specialist service provider and machine distributor for the US Federal Government, has signed an agreement to acquire a new WarpSPEE3D Metal AM printer from SPEE3D to be located at their Center of Innovation at the Rock Island Arsenal. Developed by Australian company SPEE3D, the world-leading WarpSPEE3D CSAM technology…

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