Aerospace

Redefined

Advantages

Material, Process & Energy efficiency

Lighter weight, lesser material required - upto 66% lighter

Consolidate design and improve reliability

Inventory costs & supply chain optimisation

Best suited for production in low volumes

Replace individual components easily w/ a short lead time

Significant reduction in "MRO" (Maintenance Repair & Overhaul) costs

Prototyping complex geometries - testing suitability as well as reducing cycle time

Applications

MRO Cost

Low unnecessary consumption.

Medium purchase order costs.

Efficient order policies.

Very few certified suppliers.

Lightweight

Aluminum & Titanium alloys are used in airplanes, but in the traditional method waste materials & Resources required are high, as in rapid prototyping very little to nill and Resource requirement is very low.All the designs for the aerospace sector are topology optimized to reduce the weight, these designs can comfortably be manufactured in Rapid Prototyping technique.

Rapid Prototyping

Metal 3D printing is useful when prototyping aerospace components, such as impellers and turbine blades, quickly and reliably.The 3D printing technology in the aerospace sector, generally in plastic, has developed into a mainstream prototype fabrication practice of aerospace parts. This capability to swiftly manufacture prototypes allows engineers to authenticate design concepts much faster, thus speeding up the overall improvement process.

MRO Cost

Low unnecessary consumption.

Medium purchase order costs.

Efficient order policies.

Very few certified suppliers.

Lightweight

Aluminum & Titanium alloys are used in airplanes, but in the traditional method waste materials & Resources required are high, as in rapid prototyping very little to nill and Resource requirement is very low.All the designs for the aerospace sector are topology optimized to reduce the weight, these designs can comfortably be manufactured in Rapid Prototyping technique.

Rapid Prototyping

Metal 3D printing is useful when prototyping aerospace components, such as impellers and turbine blades, quickly and reliably.The 3D printing technology in the aerospace sector, generally in plastic, has developed into a mainstream prototype fabrication practice of aerospace parts. This capability to swiftly manufacture prototypes allows engineers to authenticate design concepts much faster, thus speeding up the overall improvement process.

Aerospace

Redefined

Advantages

Material, Process & Energy efficiency

Lighter weight, lesser material required - upto 66% lighter

Consolidate design and improve reliability

Inventory costs & supply chain optimisation

Best suited for production in low volumes

Replace individual components easily w/ a short lead time

Significant reduction in "MRO" (Maintenance Repair & Overhaul) costs

Prototyping complex geometries - testing suitability as well as reducing cycle time

Applications

MRO Cost

Low unnecessary consumption.

Medium purchase order costs.

Efficient order policies.

Very few certified suppliers.

Lightweight

Aluminum & Titanium alloys are used in airplanes, but in the traditional method waste materials & Resources required are high, as in rapid prototyping very little to nill and Resource requirement is very low.All the designs for the aerospace sector are topology optimized to reduce the weight, these designs can comfortably be manufactured in Rapid Prototyping technique.

Rapid Prototyping

Metal 3D printing is useful when prototyping aerospace components, such as impellers and turbine blades, quickly and reliably.The 3D printing technology in the aerospace sector, generally in plastic, has developed into a mainstream prototype fabrication practice of aerospace parts. This capability to swiftly manufacture prototypes allows engineers to authenticate design concepts much faster, thus speeding up the overall improvement process.