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It is in Cannes, in the South of France that Thales Alenia Space is trying to assemble the Koreasat 5 A communication satellites and 7. Large satellites of communication of 3.5 tonnes which were controlled by the Korean operator KT Lire la suite

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It will sell 244,533 3D printers in the world in 2015. This figure will more than double in 2016. Next year, this figure is expected to reach 496,475, an increase of 103% according to analysts Gartner. They believe that this Lire la suite

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Fives Michelin Additive Solutions is the name of a new player in the 3D metal printing market. As the name suggests, it is a joint venture between Michelin and Fives, a French specialist of industrial engineering. The mission of this Lire la suite

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This is one of the cornerstones of a rocket engine. Turbopumps fueling the rocket engine and fuel combustion. Critical mechanical parts that revolves at high speed. For the first time, NASA has tested a turbopump designed to be fully manufactured Lire la suite

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If the stars of the 2015 edition of the Paris Air Show are primarily planes, among the 2,200 exhibitors, all major players in the aerospace present had a thematic 3D printing or rather ” additive manufacturing “to present to their Lire la suite

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Inspired by a mini reactor model, unveiled by the Additive Development Center of General Electric engine propel never a real plane. It nevertheless marks a step in the industrial history of the American giant. All parts of this mini Turbo Lire la suite

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3D metal printing allows only fabricate new parts. Aerospace, very advanced in additive manufacturing techniques, now uses 3D laser printing to repair the damaged turbine blades. The implementation technique differs from printing 3D on a bed of powder. Printing direct Lire la suite

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It is a small turbine such as those that power the helicopters or some missiles, and yet it marks a key step in industrial history. Presented at the Avalon Airshow, this turbine was conducted by Amaero Engineering, a spin-off of Lire la suite

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World leader in helicopter turbines, Turbomeca has announced that he would now produce some parts of its new gas turbine Arrano using 3D metal printing. From the TM 800 demonstrator, this engine should introduce a fuel consumption lower by 10 Lire la suite

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3D Systems caused a sensation at the Euromold 2014 Frankfurt Show with its latest 3D, the ProX 400 printer. 3D metal printing literally changes dimension. This huge cube no longer has a blush in the aisles of a lounge as Lire la suite

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