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September 13, 2019 | Source: National Defense Magazine, nationaldefensemagazine.org, Connie Lee, 28 August 2019
Aerojet Rocketdyne Opens New Facility
Aerojet Rocketdyne has opened a new advanced manufacturing center to produce rocket propulsion products for missile defense programs. The 136,000-square-foot facility in...
March 6, 2019 | Source: National Defense Magazine, nationaldefensemagazine.org, Yasmin Tadjdeh, 25 February 2019
Rolls-Royce Gearing Up for B-52 Re-Engining Program
Rolls-Royce is unveiling its manufacturing plans as it pursues the Air Force's much anticipated B-52H re-engining program. The service is planning to embark on a major...
November 19, 2018 | Source: TCT Magazine, tctmagazine.com, Sam Davies, 14 June 2018
Work Begins on U.S. Air Force Research Into Flaw Formation in Powder Bed Fusion Processes
Work has begun on a $1.4 million project under the Maturation of Advanced Manufacturing for Low-Cost Sustainment (MAMLS) program funded by the Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL...
November 19, 2018
The Heat Is Off: Advanced Resins are Revolutionizing the Way We Repair Aircraft
Aircraft design has progressed rapidly over the last 110 years. The simple wooden planes that were used mostly as scouts in World War I gave way to the riveted metal bombers and...
June 15, 2017 | Source: 3D Printing Industry, 3dprintingindustry.com, 28 February 2017, Michael Petch
Insights Into Additive Manufacturing at Boeing with Leo Christodoulou
The use of 3D printing technology at Boeing could seem futuristic to some, featuring as it does levitating objects and spacecraft. But this is par for the course according to one...