How new additive 3D manufacturing processes will advance the aircraft construction of tomorrow. The aircraft of the future will be ever lighter. At the same time, aircraft manufacturers and their suppliers are increasingly focusing on production efficiency and production speed. One key to this is the voxeljet binder jetting process. Without restrictions in terms of individualisation, lightweight construction and demanding or complex geometries. And not to forget with a great potential for cost optimization in the manufacturing process. The positive result: lower fuel consumption and CO2 emissions.

3D printed patterns for TITAL, an aluminum and titanium investment casting specialist

Aerospace supplies expert TITAL relies on PMMA 3D printing for investement casting patterns for titanium and aluminium, learn why.

3D printed aircraft door from voxeljet

Topology optimization in aviation

voxeljet facilitates fast, cost-efficient and flexible precision casting for the french aviation supplier Sogeclair.

Wheel carrier castings from voxeljet

Increase component performance efficiently

How can you increase component performances many times over without adding to the weight?

Hyperloop capsule

Hyperloop concept delft

3D printer manufacturer voxeljet supports Hyperloop project with 3D printed PMMA casting molds for investment casting of aluminium parts


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