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Airplanes and components. Alcoa signs with Airbus contract for supply of 3D-Printed titanium fuselage and engine pylon parts
New York, USA - Employment of metal additive manufacturing (AM) is a big deal for productivity and materials assembly
Alcoa signs with Airbus contract for supply of 3D-Printed titanium Fuselage and Engine Pylon Parts for its commercial airplanes. The details about the agreeement have not been disclosured yet, but the company confirmed that every component will be delivered in mid-2016. The firm has always given importance to the 3D-printed production, in fact it has invested USD 60 million in specific components,...
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