This webinar was presented on Wednesday, September 12, 2018. Click below to watch on demand.
The ability to produce parts with repeatable characteristics and consistent quality is a key factor to the increased adoption of 3D printing in the multi-billion dollar aircraft interior parts segment. 3D printing aircraft interior parts can have key inherent benefits for both supply chain efficiency and for the product offering of aircraft interior manufacturers.
Hear from John Wilczynski, Deputy Director – Technology Development for the National Center for Defense Manufacturing and Machining and Chris Holshouser, Director, Specialty Solutions at Stratasys, as they discuss the challenge of using FDM additive manufacturing for certified aircraft applications and the Stratasys solution that includes the new Aircraft Interiors Configuration Fortus 900mc.
By attending this webinar, you will:
- Learn how to produce parts with repeatable characteristics and consistent quality
- Understand the requirements and processes for 3D printing certified aircraft interior parts on-demand
- Differentiate passenger experience with low-volume, unique elements tailored to customer styles or needs, as well as design lighter components through the efficiency of additive design
Deputy Director – Technology Development
National Center for Defense Manufacturing
Director, Specialty Solutions
Filed Under: 3D printing • additive manufacturing • stereolithography, WEBINARS