Airbus is installing a large additive-manufacturing machine at a production site in France to 3-D-print titanium aircraft structural parts for its aircraft. The EBAM 110 electron-beam additive manufacturing system from U.S. company Sciaky is expected to be commissioned in February. Chicago-based Sciaky has produced thousands of pounds of test material and demonstration parts for Airbus over the last year and a half leading up to the airframer purchasing its own machine, says John ...

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