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Multi-metal 3D printer to boost Australia’s aerospace manufacturing

Manufacturer's Monthly

Image: Nick Rains/CSIRO The commissioning of a new multi metal 3D printer in Melbourne as part of the iLAuNCH Trailblazer initiative is set to make space missions more affordable and efficient by creating lighter, faster and more robust aerospace components. and weight reduction of 31 per cent with ASCO, a Belgian aerospace company.

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ARRIS secures $34M for aerospace and consumer efforts

Design World

Fiber-reinforced composites manufacturer ARRIS has raised $34M from new and returning investors, including ST Engineering, Zebra Technologies, Youngone, Standard Industries, Vertex Exploratory Fund, NEA, XN, Taiwania Capital, Bosch Ventures, Modern Venture Partners (MVP), and Alumni Ventures Group (AVG).

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Ford Aerospace acquired by SPIROL

Design World

SPIROL has announced that Ford Aerospace Ltd., Ford Aerospace was founded at Tyne Dock in 1910 by Robert Ford, and the family business has most recently been led by the founder’s great-grandson, Chris Ford. based in South Shields, U.K., will be joining the SPIROL group of companies.

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Advancing hypersonic aerospace systems with 3D printing

Design World

Velo3D, Lockheed Martin, and Vibrant teamed up with DoD’s LIFT Institute on a data-driven approach to certifying materials and methods for additively manufactured aerospace systems. In the defense industry, there has been a recent and urgent need to advance aerospace applications.

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Spacecraft manufacturers use the force

Design World

By Keith Skidmore, Director of Custom Solutions, Sales, Interface When aerospace companies invest billions of dollars to build a spacecraft, they need assurance that their investments are protected.

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GKN Aerospace partners with IperionX to advance sustainable titanium manufacturing

Manufacturer's Monthly

IperionX Limited has agreed to an order with GKN Aerospace for the delivery of titanium plate test components manufactured with IperionX’s advanced titanium technologies. GKN Aerospace’s titanium plate components will be manufactured with IperionX’s advanced titanium angular powder and powder metallurgy techniques.

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D’Souza Named as REGO-FIX’s Global Aerospace Specialist

Fabricating & Metal Work

To better serve aerospace, defense and space industry customers worldwide, REGO-FIX has named aerospace manufacturing veteran Sherman D’Souza as its Global Aerospace Specialist. www.REGOUSA.com The post D’Souza Named as REGO-FIX’s Global Aerospace Specialist appeared first on Fabricating and Metalworking.