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GKN Aerospace Achieves Significant Savings with Additive Manufactured Tooling and Prototypes. GKN Aerospace (GKN) is a leading multi-technology tier one aerospace supplier, serving over 90% of the world’s aircraft and engine manufacturers.
Oreck uses PC thermoplastic to create custom assembly pallets for its commercial vacuum business. Oreck uses Additive Manufacturing extensively to produce prototypes, specialized assembly tools and CNC milling fixtures.
iRobot is a leader in designing and building robots that empower people to do more in their daily lives. Widely known for robots that keep floors, pools and gutters squeaky clean, iRobot has sold more than 15 million home robots, including the Roomba and Braava Mopping Robot. Advancing New Ideas iRobot is also an industry…
The Situation Efficiency is everything at Ingersoll Rand. The $14 billion global industrial manufacturing giant has been a leader in compressed air technologies for 145+ years largely because of its relentless focus on creating comfortable, sustainable, and efficient environments. When you’re that good, the bar to get better is high. The Opportunity The engineers at…
Shotton Group are a family owned business with four divisions operating across Australia. Established in 1977, they began as suppliers of sheet metal and then diversified to create and sell their own products. In 2010, the company founded ‘Shotton Lifts’, becoming the only local manufacturer of residential, commercial and disabled access lifts in Melbourne, Australia….
Learn how a company replacing old parts of a construction machine with new ones, used an Artec Eva 3D scanner to produce accurate 3D models.
To design such a tenacious and specialized vehicle, NASA are 3D Printing Space Vehicle Parts. For example, about 70 of the parts that make up the rover were built digitally, directly from computer designs, in the heated chamber of a production-grade Stratasys 3D Printer.
Transforming the Bridge Industry Recently, Laing O’Rourke collaborated with Tony Gee and Partners and Cambridge University to develop a unified digital delivery process for the bridge industry. The project configures bridge designs from a set of key inputs and a library of parametric components. The key focus of the project is to create a common standard by synchronising data…