Aerospace Testing International: 3D Printer Company to Develop Aerospace-Grade Materials for US Air Force Jets

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3D printer company Essentium has been awarded a contract by the US Air Force to develop and deploy an additive manufacturing solution that produces parts and tooling for military aircraft. The multi-year collaborative contract aims to increase  production using additive manufacturing (AM) and develop certified materials that produce consistent quality AM parts fast and at a reasonable cost.

This contract is part of over US$550 million recently deployed through the inaugural Strategic Financing (STRATFi) initiative to identify and advance technologies which have the potential to protect and advance the future dominance of the US Air Force and its airmen.

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