Bridging The Gap With 3d Printing
ET Polymers|April - May 2018
Bridging The Gap With 3d Printing

FIRST 3D-PRINTED PART VISIBLE TO PASSENGERS WILL BE FLYING SOON

When an airline updates its aircraft cabin layout, gaps are often created between the existing and new components. Such gaps need to be bridged before the aircraft can take on passengers, and time always is of the essence in returning a jetliner to revenue-generating service.

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April - May 2018