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To illustrate this achievement, UAM presented a 3D-printed engine stand manufactured from carbon fiber reinforced polymer (CFRP) from commercial aircraft at the three-day MRO Americas conference. The resulting second-generation carbon fiber material is...
Published on: April 25, 2018
Industry expert says more R&D needed for high-tech plane parts Considering their advantages, COMAC has decided that its next product-the CR929 widebody, long-range jetliner, a Sino-Russian joint venture-will use...
Published on: March 28, 2018
The detailsThe mold was printed from Techmer supplied carbon fiber reinforced material and trimmed on Thermwood’s Large Scale Additive Manufacturing (LSAM) machine. ACE produced a production part from the tool in an...
Published on: October 26, 2017
KD-1 is the first Windform SP 3D Printed driver club head with CNC machined Titanium surface. Titanium and composites materials have been used in the golf industry for nearly 20 years. However, very little has been done...
Published on: October 23, 2017
Sometimes it happens to stumble on expressions such as: “A while ago a lot of people thought that small drones with 3D printed parts would not really become a thing. They based this on weight and build size”. Or: “As...
Published on: March 6, 2017
Carbon’s low-weight and strength properties are now well-known, and carbon is being used more and more in leading industries, like transportation (e.g. aviation, automotive), renewable energies (e.g. wind turbine blades...
Published on: March 2, 2017
The Innovation Award Program encourages the Indian composite professionals and companies to focus their application of information, imagination, skill and initiative through which new ideas and processes are generated and converted into useful composite...
Published on: January 11, 2017
KD-1 is the first Windform SP 3D Printed driver clubhead with CNC machined Titanium surface. Titanium and composites materials have been used in the golf industry for nearly 20 years. However, very little has been done...
Published on: November 2, 2016
ORNL printed the lower cost trim tool in only 30 hours using carbon fiber and ABS thermoplastic composite materials, which will be tested in building the Boeing 777X passenger jet. At 17.5 feet long, 5.5 feet wide and 1.5 feet tall, the 3D printed...
Published on: September 6, 2016
Hexcel Corp. has made a strategic investment in Oxford Performance Materials (OPM), which produces thermoplastic, carbon-fiber reinforced 3D printed parts for commercial aerospace and space and defense applications.The investment creates a partnership...
Published on: June 27, 2016
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