The road to serial additive manufacturing production for aerospace and space

The road to serial additive manufacturing production for aerospace and space

While additive manufacturing has been proven a reliable cost-saving technology to produce various aircraft parts, companies are now focusing their efforts towards serial additive manufacturing production. Key questions now arise around quality assurance and parts certification across the whole supply chain.

Ahead of Additive Manufacturing for Aerospace and Space 2020, Defence iQ compiled this report on the progress and key milestones needed to achieve serial additive manufacturing production, from three key players in the market: Thales, Trumpf and the European Space Agency. They discuss key priorities, challenges and what needs to be done in order to achieve large-scale additive production in the aerospace and space industries. 

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Benefits of downloading the report:

  • Understand how the AM and digital manufacturing market is developing in Europe towards large-scale production from key market players that will attend Additive Manufacturing for Aerospace and Space
  • Hear more on key challenges that need to be overcome in order to achieve serial additive production, from key market players that will attend Additive Manufacturing for Aerospace and Space

In this report, gain insight from:

  • Steven Catt, AM Technical Lead, Thales UK - who will return in 2020
  • Volkan Duegmeci, Application Engineer for Aerospace Engineering, Trumpf - who will partner once more in 2020
  • Advenit Makaya, Advanced Manufacturing, Engineer, European Space Agency – a representative is confirmed to speak in 2020

To view the full speaker panel and session details of Additive Manufacturing for Aerospace and Space 2020, you can download the agenda here. Key themes of the conference space, air and sea applications for additive manufacturing processes; certification and standardization strategies delivering critical assurance for aerospace and space applications; innovation and new technologies in additive manufacturing for aerospace and space; commercialization of research and development of short-term additive manufacturing strategies; assessment of through-life costs; engineer training to utilise additive manufacturing’s full potential.



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