A new high-speed unmanned aircraft that was printed almost entirely by 3-D additive manufacturing was unveiled at the Dubai Airshow. Stratasys and Aurora Flight Sciences say the unprecedented reliance on the new technique helped take it from initial idea to first flight in under nine months. The aircraft was on display at the show. "Aurora wanted to look at the feasibility of producing a vehicle tailored to unique mission requirements," says Scott Sevcik, aerospace and defense ...

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