Stratasys extends its contract with Airbus to cabin 3D printed spare parts

Romain Guillot

2021/03/11 | 133 words | LE JOURNAL DE L'AVIATION | MAINTENANCE / MRO
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Stratasys has secured an extension of its contract with Airbus for the production of 3D printed polymer parts for its aircraft cabins.

Better, while the initial contract was focused solely to the production of parts installed in line-fit for the A350 program, this extension expands the range of printed parts intended for Airbus to include practically all aircraft families of the european aircraft manufacturer (A300, A330, A340 and A320 in addition to the A350), as well as replacement and s...(…)

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