1. Metal Parts in the Sky and in Orbit Company: Arconic Specifications: Arconic has been increasingly putting its metals-based additive technology capabilities to use to produce aerospace components for customers, including Airbus and Lockheed Martin. Arconic recently entered into a cooperative research agreement with Airbus to produce and qualify large-scale 3D-printed airframe components up to 1 m (3.3 ft.) in length such as pylon spars and rib structures. In addition, Arconic signed ...

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