Additive Manufacturing in Aerospace

| August 20, 2017

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Aerospace manufacturers have used additive manufacturing systems since AM’s beginnings in the '80s. But in the past few years, rapid advancements in AM technology have led applications of the technology in the aerospace industry to proliferate. AM formerly occupied a niche role in aerospace manufacturing as a technology for prototyping.

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