India’s state-owned aerospace and defence manufacturer HAL (Hindustan Aeronautics Limited) and Wipro 3D, the metal additive manufacturing (AM) business of Wipro Infrastructure Engineering (WIN), have signed an MOU recently to design, develop, prove out, manufacture and repair of Aerospace Components using Metal Additive Technology. Continue reading “India’s HAL and Wipro 3D to Collaborate on Additive Technology”
In the fiercely competitive communications satellite market, manufacturers have to produce “more, faster and cheaper”. New technologies such as 3D printing have become a key to increasing the satellite production rate, against the background of a quickly changing industry. Continue reading “3D Printing is Revolutionising Satellite Manufacturing: Thales”
The addition of the world’s largest 3D printer will lead to revolutionary innovations for the Soldier and bolster the already strong collaborative relationship between the University of Maine and the U.S. Army Combat Capabilities Development Command Soldier Center. Continue reading “World’s Largest 3D Printer Speeds Up Prototyping and Production of Soldier Products/Capabilities”
SIMBA Chain has been chosen to help the U.S. Air Force with Additive Manufacturing efforts on the battlefield and at home. Continue reading “US Air Force to Work With Blockchain Startup to Secure Defense Data”
Artificial intelligence and 3D printing are some of the concepts outlined in the new approach to harnessing innovation and developing emerging technologies. Continue reading “UK MOD Unveils Transformed Approach to Innovation”
The 60th Maintenance Squadron is the first field unit in the U.S. Air Force to be certified with an industrial-sized 3D printer that is authorized to produce nonstructural aircraft parts. Continue reading “Travis AFB Produces First Certified 3-D Printed Aircraft Parts”
3D Systems today announced it has been awarded a $15 million contract by the U.S Combat Capabilities Development Command Army Research Laboratory, also known as ARL, to create the world’s largest, fastest, most precise metal 3D printer.
The U.S Marine Corps Systems Command recently collaborated with fleet Marines and other organizations to review the successful performance of several 3D-printed impellers used on M1A1 Abrams tanks at Twentynine Palms, California.