"Boeing Co hired Norsk Titanium AS to print the first structural titanium parts for its 787 Dreamliner, a shift that the Norwegian 3-D printing company said would eventually shave $2 million to $3 million off the cost of each plane.Boeing to save up to $3 million per plane by 3D-printing parts for 787 Dreamliner | VentureBeat | Transportation | by Reuters
The contract announced on Monday is a major step in Boeing’s effort to boost the profitability of the 787 and a sign of growing industrial acceptance of the durability of 3-D printed metal parts, allowing them to replace pieces made with more expensive traditional manufacturing in demanding aerospace applications."
Tuesday, April 11, 2017
Boeing to save up to $3 million per plane by 3D-printing parts for 787 Dreamliner | VentureBeat | Transportation | by Reuters
All the screws that's fit to print
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