From the exhibition floor at MRO Europe 2017, Virginia Hogan from Dymax demonstrates the company's See-Cure adhesive technology and explains how it can be used for coating processes with aircraft engine parts, avionics and helicopter rotor blades.
The European plant will ramp up to produce "several thousand tons" per year.
FACC’s active thermography testing process pledges to boost quality assurance and efficiency.
Milan-based Neos will become the first Italian operator to fly the A350-900 when it takes its first of three aircraft in December 2017.
Lubricants will be used on two GTF variants.
Sciaky will adopt Siemens NX and NX Nastran software for its metal additive manufacturing process, which has been used by companies like Airbus and Lockheed Martin to produce titanium parts.
Distributors remain without solution for new EASA requirement.
With its new H2000 printer, Stratasys hopes the aviation industry will see 3D printing as a better manufacturing solution.
A look at Stratasys’ innovative new H2000 3D printer.
Industry getting ahead of composite-recycling challenge.