The primary applications of 3D printing technology in aeronautics which includes the manufacture of airplane wings, unmanned aerial system and complex components, etc.
The use of 3D printing in aerospace makes the engine simpler, lighter and more compact, reducing the overall weight while maintaining the toughness and strength of the components,and bringing more possibilities for the future development of aerospace.
1. A better understanding of the material
3D printing can explore more iterations of a part in a shorter amount of time, engineers can gain a greater understanding of what will work on the market.
2. Faster speed to market
By improving understanding of material performance and reducing the number of physical prototype iterations, the timescales of the development and introduction of new parts – and therefore aircraft – can be significantly compressed, accelerating innovation.
Post time: Sep-17-2021