3D Printing in AerospaceRevolution or Evolution?

Overcoming Challenges for Wider Adoption

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After highlighting additive manufacturing (AM) as one of the most important technological trends in aerospace and defence, Frost and Sullivan attended the Additive Manufacturing for Defence and Aerospace summit in London in February 2015. The first conclusion arrived at based on the summit is additive manufacturing is drawing a lot of attention. In this market insight, the current achievements of additive manufacturing in the aerospace industry have been highlighted, along with the main motivations to implement AM, main challenges, and the importance of understanding AM as an end-to-end process. Industry stakeholders have identified this as an essential step towards reaching a high level of reliability, hence wider adoption of AM.

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