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For Metri-Tech, ESPRIT plus automation is the formula for success

In its 30,000-square-foot facility, Metri-Tech manufactures ultra-precision, high-volume critical components for the aerospace, medical, defense and commercial industries. Metri-Tech Engineering, Inc., in Huntington Beach, CA, isn’t your typical job shop —that much is…

FEM calculations and topology optimisation create more efficient components

Weight and cost reductions during 3D metal printing

Metal laser melting can be used to manufacture complex and efficient lightweight structures. This is particularly beneficial in sectors such as the aerospace and motorsport industries, where every gram counts. Last year, toolcraft…

MECSPE 2018 designs the factory of the future

Italy of Industry 4.0 pushes the labour market, but companies struggle to find adequate staff: according to a study conducted by Confartigianato, between July and September of this year, businesses plan to recruit…

AMRC’s step change in the capabilities of robots in aerospace

The University of Sheffield Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre (AMRC) has completed on a £850,000 project to give the UK aerospace sector a unique capability for high accuracy robotic machining. The Flexible Robotic Machining…

Rolls Royce invests in civil aerospace facilities in UK

Rolls-Royce will invest £150 million in new and existing civil aerospace facilities in the Derby, United Kingdom. The substantial investment is part of Rolls-Royce’s plans to double engine production, and deliver on the…

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…

3D demonstrators designed for bigger, lighter auto and aerospace parts

Stratasys presents demonstrations of next-generation manufacturing technologies as part of its Shaping What’s Next™ vision for manufacturing. Shaping What’s Next™ builds on Stratasys’ industrial FDM® 3D printing expertise to respond to the needs of customers’…

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…

Aicon 3D Systems bought by Hexagon

Leading global provider of information technologies that drive productivity and quality across geospatial and industrial enterprise applications Hexagon AB has bought Aicon 3D Systems, a leading provider of optical and portable non-contact 3D…

A. Abete, an international reference for aircraft engine and structural parts

With more than 50 years’ experience in the field of precision machining, A. Abete Srl is now an international reference in the design and manufacturing of components and assemblies for aircraft engine and…

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