Classic Car Meets Future Technology: VW Caddy Fitted with 3D-Printed Front-End Structure

Individualize, integrate, innovate: 3i-PRINT partnership project highlights the potential of industrial 3D printing Taufkirchen, Germany, August 29, 2017 – Altair, APWORKS, csi entwicklungstechnik, EOS GmbH, GERG, and Heraeus have used the front-end structure of a classic VW Caddy to demonstrate the full potential of industrial Read More »

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Speed and Innovation – The Mariners’ Museum Opens Exhibition on the America’s Cup

APWORKS produced a lightweight high performance part for ORACLE Team USA with additive manufacturing which is on display at the new exhibition. Taufkirchen, May, 2017: On time with the start of the 35th America’s Cup, the new exhibition of The Mariners’ Museum in Virginia opened Read More »

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Exceed limits: BMW i8 customer event at APWorks

Exceed the limits of what is feasible. Even during a helicopter pursuit Taufkirchen, April 2017: An exceptional event – approximately 50 guests and BMW i8 drivers visited APWorks in Taufkirchen, Germany end of March to get an overview of the Airbus subsidiary. Statements such as: Read More »

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Airbus Receives the Federal Ecodesign Award For Its Pioneering Concept

APWorks produced an innovative partition for an aircraft with additive manufacturing technologies using the high performance Scalmalloy® powder Taufkirchen, December, 2016: Airbus received the Federal Ecodesign Award for its innovative Bionic Partition design concept from Maria Krautzberger, President of the Federal Environment Agency. APWorks produced Read More »

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Airbus APWorks Launches the ‘Light Rider’: The World’s First 3D-Printed Motorcycle

Design inspired by nature Ottobrunn, 20 May 2016 – From home décor to medical prosthetics, robotic parts to aircraft interiors, 3D printing is the future of manufacturing. APWorks, a 100% subsidiary of Airbus Group, has worked at the forefront of additive layer manufacturing (ALM) and Read More »

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Airbus Group – Pioneering Bionic 3D Printing; Learning from Nature

Published by Airbus Group | www.airbusgroup.com/Airbus-stories Autodesk and Airbus have unveiled the world’s largest 3D printed airplane cabin component: a ‘bionic partition’ to separate the passenger cabin from the galley.The innovative design mimics the organic cellular structure and bone growth found in living organisms. A Read More »

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