Researchers have created 3D printed ceramic that withstands high temperatures, paving the way for next-generation aircraft traveling at incredible speed.
The X-plorer engine is the first of its kind: A working 3D printed jet engine. It consists of more than 260 3D printed parts.
Lockheed Martin is making their design process more affordable and innovative with 3D imaging and virtual reality.
French firm Stelia Aerospace has lifted the lid on its newest innovation. Using WAAM (wire arc additive manufacturing), the company has demonstrated metallic self-reinforced aircraft fuselage panels that cut out a costly and time consuming assembly process.
Boeing wants to transform the traditional way of building satellites, creating them more quickly by using 3D printing and fewer workers.
Nanyang Technological University PhD student Phillip Keane made a robust 3D printed quadcopter drone with ULTEM 9085 material.
Big Air meets Big Printing. BigRep and Etihad Airways Engineering announce plans to collaborate on developing next generation additive manufacturing solutions for the aerospace industry.
Following a successful January test launch of their Electron booster with 3D printed components, US private space firm Rocket Lab plans to go ahead with its first fully commercial mission later this month.
The Los Angeles startup Relativity Space has raised $35 million in its latest funding round led by Playground Global and other investors. The financing will enable the aerospace company to expand, while also paving the way for it to refine and test 3D printed rockets.
Airbus is using artificial intelligence from IBM to create an AI robot that will live on the International Space Station. This 3D printed mission and flight assistance system is called the Crew Interactive Mobile Companion, also known as CIMON.
Latécoère, the French aicraft design and manufacturing group, is using Stratasys FDM 3D printing technology to speed up its production and development process. So far, the results have been positive.
The California startup Relativity Space Inc. is building rockets at a faster and more affordable rate using only gigantic 3D printers.
NASA successfully test-fired a 3D printed prototype rocket engine igniter made from two different metal alloys that are fused together.
Aeronautics company, Airbus, has installed of a titanium 3D printed bracket for the engine pylon on its in-series production A350 XWB.
In just four months, a team of Australian engineers designed, 3D printed, assembled, and tested an aerospace rocket engine.
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory researchers are the first to 3D print aerospace-grade carbon fiber composites allowing for optimization.
Students from Inholland University of Applied Sciences are building a fully 3D printed rocket as a part of their aviation technology course.