Some Amazing 3D Printing Stories from 2015

3D Printing Stories: Taking a moment to look back on some amazing accomplishments in 3D printing from the past year as they relate to continue improving upon in the year to come. 3D Printing Technology: Top Stories of 2015!

Airbus Relies on Stratasys 3D Printing for 1,000s of Aircraft Units

Airbus 3D printed over 1,000 flight parts using Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM) for its A350 XWB aircraft. ULTEM 9085 material was used with FDM to deliver high strength-to-weight ratio parts with FST (flame, smoke, toxicity) compliance under aircraft interior application specifications. Read more.

NASA Marshall Space Flight Center 3D Prints Metal Rocket Injector

Marshall Space Flight Center turned to Direct Metal Laser Sintering (DMLS) to produce a more lightweight injector. To reduce weight, Marshall engineers need to consolidate the 150+ piece injector into a single unit. DMLS gave Marshall the ability to do just that, and the injector has survived a number of hot fire tests! Read more.

FDM Manufactures Satellite Antenna Array

FDM with ULTEM 9085 was the most cost-effective and durable manufacturing solution for the COSMIC-2 project. FDM was chosen to build accurate, lightweight parts while maintain strength and load requirements for launch in a single, ready for assembly piece. Read More.

CAE Birthing Simulator Revolutionizes Training for Maternal Fetal Care

The Maternal Fetal Simulator from CAE Inc. could be a game changer for how obstetricians approach childbirth. The maternal fetal simulator provides obstetrical doctors and nurses with hands-on childbirth training. To create the highly complex, integrated model, 3D printing and subtractive CNC machining was critical for full realization of all simulations. Read more.

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