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Scotland Targets Boeing Supply Chain
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Scotland Targets Boeing Supply Chain

Charles R. Goulding and Preeti Sulibhavi take a look at Scotland’s interesting moves in aerospace supply chain and potential impact on global 3D printing activity.

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6K Additive Makes Some Big Moves

6K Additive has commissioned their first units and at the same time has landed a sustainable client.

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Design of the Week: Airplane Toy

This week’s selection is the flappy winged Airplane Toy by Prusa Printers contributor Jhuttula.

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First Fire Safe 3D Printable Resin Produced

Henkel and Origin have developed the first 3D printable resin for SLA 3D printers that is fire resistant and meets industry certifications. Certain industries will find this of great interest.

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Is It Possible To 3D Print Spacecraft?

It has now been demonstrated it’s possible to 3D print spacecraft parts in thermoplastic thanks to an experiment by CRP Technology.

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Accelerating Aerospace: Part Two

Additive manufacturing promises to make aircraft fly higher, faster, and more fuel-efficiently than ever before.

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Accelerating Aerospace: Part One

Additive manufacturing promises to make aircraft fly higher, faster, and more fuel-efficiently than ever before.

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GE Additive Goes Down Under

Focus is on Australia as GE Additive has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the New South Wales Government to bring industrial 3D printing capabilities to the new Aerotropolis project.

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3D Printing Final Aircraft Parts

Marshall Aerospace and Defense has revealed its use of 3D printing for prototype and final flight parts.

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30,000 3D Printed Fuel Nozzles

Milestones are mounting in additive manufacturing, with production parts hitting new highs.

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GE Ideas Get Closer To Reality

Last week GE announced they’ve completed an actual test of their long-awaited new turboprop engine.

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Boeing Talks 3D Printing for Aerospace

On the ground floor of 3D printing technology for years, aerospace manufacturers first began adopting the various additive manufacturing (AM) processes for use in prototyping. 

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3D Printing Sensors onto Aerospace Components

Maintaining jet aircraft is costly and time-consuming, but a new method for printing sensors onto aerospace components could help optimize that process.

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