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International Aerospace and Die and Mould Forum at Makino: Paving the way for tomorrow today

Expert presentations, live demonstrations, interactive panel discussions and networking amongst more than 300 experts from across Europe: The two sessions of Makino’s well-attended Die & Mould and Aerospace Forum focussed on the ‘Industry…

NCG CAM Software partners with Nicolas Correa Machine Tools

One of Nicolás Correa machine tools key market sectors is to large automotive and aerospace mould tool manufacturers. The fact that NCG CAM software specialises in producing toolpaths for the mould, tool and…

New Solvay material manufacturing facility

Belgium’s company Solvay is set to open a new aircraft-grade composite material manufacturing facility in Östringen, Germany. With the new facility, Solvay aims to provide good quality products and services for various aircraft…

Amrc organizes a virtual tour of iconic Vulcan bomber

Engineers from the University of Sheffield’s Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre (Amrc) are helping to preserve the legacy of the iconic Vulcan XH558 bomber by creating a ‘virtual tour’ of the aircraft that will…

Improved surface integrity and part quality for aerospace components

Okuma and 5ME, a leading pioneer in cryogenic machining, are joining forces to educate the machining world on the benefits of using internal Liquid Nitrogen (LN2) instead of coolant during the cutting process….

Aerospace: target, “fuel conception” reduction

A renowned company operating on a world scale in fitting outs for airliners, private aircrafts and jets of all kinds, has turned to Meccanica Generale as partner for the development and the implementation…

All-carbon composite SpaceShipTwo for Virgin Galactic

Some weeks ago Virgin Galactic revealed the first vehicle to be ever manufactured by The Spaceship Co.  (Virgin Galactic’s manufacturing arm) and the second ever SpaceShipTwo model ever built (The first was destroyed in a…

Tailor-made performances for Aerospace

It has been implemented for a big Italian manufacturer of machine tools, intended for applications in the aerospace industry, the new electrospindle by Omlat at Ceresole d’Alba, designed to machine special materials in…

Additive technology: new frontier for foundry?

Several are the opinions about the Additive Manufacturing: Mauro Varetti from Avio Aero explains his vision The Additive Manufacturing has revolutionized the standard production chain, modifying the concept of production process and of…

New method to create composite materials for aircraft components

Massachusetts Institute of Technology‘s Aerospace engineers developed a carbon nanotube (CNT) film that can heat and solidify a composite without the need for massive ovens: if connected to an electrical power source and…

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