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ALSTOM
Challenge: Production of a bespoke material, reduction of lead times and costs.
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AERFAST
Challenge: Replace a metal part (staple driver) with a 3D printed part in order to shorten lead times and reduce production costs.
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royal netherlands air force
24 January 2019
The Royal Netherlands Air Force optimises its maintenance work using 3D printing
The Royal Netherlands Air Force is the aerial branch of the Dutch armed forces. It operates a large fleet of 263 aircraft incorporating jet fighters, drones and helicopters. These machines include numerous personalised parts which must be maintained and repaired using specific tools. The Dutch air force therefore decided to turn to additive manufacturing to […]
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Lufthansa Technik opens an aerospace additive manufacturing centre
04 December 2018
Lufthansa Technik opens an aerospace additive manufacturing centre
Lufthansa Technik is one of the leading maintenance, repair and servicing operators in the civil aviation sector. It is a division of the German airline of the same name. The company ensures the reliability and availability of its 800 worldwide clients’ fleets. It recently announced the opening of a new additive manufacturing centre in Germany, […]