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poniedziałek, 25 czerwca 2018 12:02

With 3D printing believed to bring a new round of manufacturing revolutions in the future, Taiwan's Aerospace Industrial Development Corp will consider applying 3D printing technologies to produce airplane engine parts and components to sharply cut consumption of raw materials, according to AIDC chairman Anson Liao. Liao said that if the additive manufacturing technology is adopted to process raw metal materials needed for airplane engines, it can help reduce materials consumption by up to 90% as only materials needed will be processed with the technology. This is a sharp contrast to traditional machining process, which requires a large chunk of material metal to undergo raw material cutting, grinding, drilling, and fine finishing operations, eventually with only 10% of the metal materials left for use in finished products, Liao indicated.

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