Partners produce first 3D-printed components

Credit: Etihad Airways Engineering
Abu Dhabi-based Etihad Airways Engineering (EAE) and Germany’s Diehl Aerosystems have signed an agreement to use additive manufacturing —popularly known as 3D printing—to produce initial cabin components for a third-party airline. The two companies will jointly design, manufacture and install the...

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