3D Printing And Defence Production

Sylvia Caravotas

Aerospace and defence manufacturing could potentially move away from mass-produced cookie cutter technologies towards precise, on-demand customization with the advent of technology known as additive manufacturing or 3D printing. The technology builds a three-dimensional object one layer at a time from a digital file out of a variety of materials such as steel, aluminium, titanium, and plastic.

Written by Sylvia Caravotas (Satovarac Consulting) for OIDA. To access the full article please click here.

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