Since it opened in April 2016, Materialise’s production site for metal 3D printing in Bremen has expanded to include more new 3D metal printers. Materialise Streamics software ensures optimum, cost-saving management of the printers and the orders completed with them. Process engineer Philip Buchholz explains how Streamics has been modified to meet requirements from a growing pool of printers to diverse customer needs.
When it comes to retrofitting aircraft cabins, time is of the essence. By partnering with Materialise, Airbus was able to produce small-batch custom parts faster, meeting tight retrofit timeframes, stringent quality requirements, and exacting aesthetic standards.
328 needed an affordable, fast, and flexible solution to produce low-demand spare parts for the Do328 aircraft. Discover how choosing Materialise’s aerospace manufacturing services takes the risk out of their spare parts strategy and offers flight-ready parts on demand.
Weight optimization is crucial in the quest to lower the cost per kilogram launched into space. Discover how Atos and Materialise combined their expertise to reinvent a widely used titanium component, creating a part that is lighter, more durable, and offers improved load distribution.
Fokker Elmo specializes in solutions to keep the immense wiring of an aircraft clear and manageable before and during installation. With clever 3D-printed assembly tools, Fokker Elmo keeps its production routing process organized, even when handling hundreds of meters of wiring.