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Antenna Maker Optisys Releases ROI Metrics Demonstrating Advantages of 3D Metal Printing Grapevine, TEXAS, June 20, 2017— Optisys LLC, a provider of sophisticated, 3D-printed metal micro-antenna products for high performance aerospace and defense applications, recently completed a project that documents the significant advantages of employing Read More »

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CRP Technology at Rapid.Tech 2017

By CRP Technology The Assistant Production Manager from Rapid Prototyping dept. will illustrate the paper “From racetrack to the construction of an Unmanned Aerial Vehicle with Additive Manufacturing” CRP Technology will attend Rapid.Tech 2017, International Trade Show & Conference for Additive Manufacturing. The event will Read More »

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Aurora Flight Sciences and Stratasys Deliver World’s First Jet-Powered, 3D Printed UAV in Record Time

Leading provider of advanced unmanned systems and aerospace vehicles leverages the power of 3D printing to reduce design and build time by 50 percent 3m wingspan UAV is 80% 3D printed, with lightweight Stratasys materials key to breaking speeds of 150mph Minneapolis, MN & Rehovot, Read More »

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University of Southampton-Southampton Engineers Test Fly Printed Aircraft Off Royal Navy Ship

  July 23, 2015-A 3D printed aircraft has successfully launched off the front of a Royal Navy warship and landed safely on a Dorset beach. HMS Mersey provided the perfect platform for the University of Southampton to test out their SULSA unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV). Read More »

Launch of SULSA 3D printed UAV from HMS Mersey (Photo courtesy of University of Southampton)

The University of Sheffield-Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre (AMRC) Engineers Reach New Heights with Pioneering ‘Flying Wing’ Project

by Kirsten, AMRC High-flying engineers from the University of Sheffield have unveiled new developments that push the boundaries of design and rapid manufacturing technology at a top US aerospace conference. The team, from the Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre’s Design and Prototyping Group, gained worldwide publicity Read More »

University of Sheffield-AMRC (Photo courtesy of AMRC)

University of Virginia-Student Engineers Design, Build, Fly ‘Printed’ Airplane

 By Fariss Samarrai, University of Virginia When University of Virginia engineering students posted a YouTube video last spring of a plastic turbofan engine they had designed and built using 3-D printing technology, they didn’t expect it to lead to anything except some page views. But Read More »

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