Industry Europe: High-Flyers: IE Talks to Essentium About its US Air Force Contract

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News broke earlier this week that US-based additive manufacturing company Essentium had signed a contract for the “development and deployment” of 3D printing within the US Air Force (USAF) and National Guard Bureau. The contract was part of a $550 million Strategic Financing Initiative by USAF to “identify and advance the ‘big bet’ technologies.”

Industry Europe’s Steve Gislam caught up with Elisa Teipel, Chief Development Officer and Co-founder of Essentium to find out just how the company and its unique High Speed Extrusion (HSE) 3D Printing Platform can benefit the world’s largest air force.

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