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Piocreat:Particle 3D printing technology-a new choice for aerospace manufacturing


When developing new aerospace products, costs and risks follow. Designers need to ensure that they will work on the first implementation. Piocreat 3D printing provides flexible prototyping for aerospace manufacturing, allowing for a large number of iterations without error. With 3D printing, designers will be able to design more complex models, thereby reducing the weight of parts while maintaining their performance.
Lightweight is one of the most representative 3D printing materials. Using the same design, the weight of a 3D printed part can be half or even a quarter of the original weight. This reduces the material cost of the parts and at the same time reduces the fuel cost.

For example, according to the 2016 Global 3D Printing Report, Airbus A350 XWB has more than 1,000 3D printed parts, which can save 25% of fuel.

Due to the simple operation of the Piocreat 3D printer and the use of granular consumables, there is more room for choice in materials. You will open a new era in the aerospace industry. You can produce factory molds in-house-greatly reducing product development costs and delivery Time without worrying about your supply chain.

With 3D printing, engineers and designers are free to explore more complex part designs to provide the highest performance; they are no longer limited by most traditional manufacturing methods. Aerospace companies can rethink how to implement and develop components through rapid prototyping, testing, and verification of these assumptions. Moreover, according to different parts of the aircraft, we can choose the corresponding consumables for printing, so that while meeting the performance of the fuselage, the manufacturing cost can be reduced to the greatest extent.

The additive manufacturing process of 3D printer technology (layer-by-layer deposition of materials) allows designers to merge multiple parts into a single functional part in the modeling software. This means that by simplifying assembly, operating and processing costs are reduced.