BANGKOK—Airbus incorporates additive manufactured parts on its A350, and it also is digitally redesigning components for other platforms to  avoid sourcing them from a new supplier—especially on legacy platforms. “3D printing is a fantastic tool and is something Airbus is already using in a very opportunistic way,” said Cyrille Schwob, Airbus head of technology–Asia Pacific, speaking at the Aerospace & MRO Summit Bangkok last week when ...

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