Etihad, Partners Seek To Ramp Up 3D Printing Capability

787 outside Etihad Engineering hangar
Credit: Etihad Engineering
Etihad Airways’ engineering arm plans to team up with two specialists in 3D printing to research the possibility of applying the technique to serial production of cabin components. Etihad Engineering will cooperate with Baltic3D, a Latvia-based 3D printing services provider and EOS, a German company...

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