3D printing solutions for the Aerospace at International Paris Air Show 2023

International Paris Air Show is the meeting place on Earth for Sky professionals.

Now in its 54th edition, it is a unique opportunity to meet all the main players in the aerospace industry, seize new commercial opportunities, present your skills and innovations to the world and forge technological and industrial partnerships.

The aerospace industry was among the early adopters of 3D printing technology for the production of complex, lightweight components used in aircraft and satellites. One of the main advantages is the ability to create complex, custom geometries that would be difficult or impossible to achieve with traditional manufacturing methods. This enables the design and manufacture of lightweight, yet strong components, reducing the overall weight of the aircraft and improving fuel efficiency.
Metal Replacement to face the industry’s needs

The main challenges facing the 3D printing in the aerospace industry include ensuring the quality and reliability of printed parts, certification and regulatory approval of components produced with this technology, and managing the materials used in 3D printing to ensure the safety and durability of the parts.

Roboze participates in the International Paris Le Bourget Air Show with the aim of showing how the additive manufacturing technology developed can help industry professionals respond to this need with an ecosystem that brings 3D printing on par with traditional methods in terms of consistency, repeatability and control.

Another advantage of Roboze's industrial 3D printing is the strong specialization in the production of components with super polymers and composite materials for metal replacement.

In Hall 1 booth F295, in the Apulia Region space, Roboze will be supported by the partner 3D Industries, reseller and consultant specialized in additive manufacturing from the Ile de France region.


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