3-D Printing Could Prove Seismic For A&D

Credit: Oak Ridge National Laboratory
There were more than 2,000 exhibitors at last month's Paris air show, and my guess is that at least one-third were involved in metal forming or cutting. And all of these companies depend on “subtractive” manufacturing techniques such as turning, milling and cutting to produce their aerospace parts...

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