AEROSPACE ADDITIVE MANUFACTURINGIndustry and future hand in hand
FIRST SPANISH ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING COMPANY APPROVED FOR THE MANUFACTURE OF A FLIGHT PART
OUR PRODUCTION CAPACITIES FOR THE AEROSPACE SECTOR
We meet all aerospace production needs providing customised solutions, thanks to our highly specialised human and technological teams.
FLIGHT CERTIFIED PART
APPLICATION OF ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING IN THE AEROSPACE SECTOR
a Custom cosmetic and decorative component b Display Shroud c Bezels d Storage bin dividers e Vent covers f Trim g Sensor housing h Interior door latch components i Camera adapters
ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING IN THE AEROSPACE SECTOR
We know each stage of the additive manufacturing cycle in the industrial product sector. Expert solutions for the aerospace industry.
PHASES OF ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING IN THE AEROSPACE SECTOR
We have an in-depth understanding of the stages of the additive manufacturing cycle for industrial products. Expert solutions for an expert industry.
Design validation. Prototypes
ISO 9100. Accompaniment and advice.
Tooling. Optimized spare parts
Price on demand. After Market Spare Parts
TYPES OF ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING
We are a leading company in additive manufacturing for the industry in metal alloys and plastic materials.
Additive manufacturing FDM (Fused Deposition Modelling) of thermoplastic polymers and SLS (Selective Laser Sintering) with flame retardant polyamide.
Materials ranging from ABS to materials with a maximum temperature of 230°C.
THE BENEFITS OF ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING FOR THE AEROSPACE SECTOR
Our expertise and machinery park make Additive Manufacturing available to the aerospace sector.
Medium production saves costs by streamlining processes, eliminating stock and reducing weight.
Additive manufacturing enables rapid prototyping and series customisation with complex geometry materials.
The unification of processes enabled by additive manufacturing ensures better assembly by reducing the number of parts
Mass reduction in the aircraft allows for a reduction in the fuel consuption which translates into direct savings.
The mass reduction in the aircraft allows for a reduction in fuel consumption which translates into direct savings
Uses less raw material and reduces the amount of waste, gaining a better buy-to-fly ratio
Additive manufacturing allows cooling circuits for temperature control with an impact on production costs.
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