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Additive Manufacturing in Aviation

IFA Comment: CAAS are right to highlight additive manufacturing, also commonly known as 3D printing, is becoming increasingly popular for the production of aviation parts. We will undoubtedly see an increase in the use of this method of production. IFA agrees with CAAS that new industry standards need to be published to guide the set-up and operations of their new additive manufacturing processes. 

Additive manufacturing is making headway in Singapore with its unique, versatile solutions for the aviation sector. Learn how it can be used in the design and production of aircraft parts, and how it is opening up novel opportunities for the sector.

Link to view the CAAS – March 2023 The Leading Edge article by Jeffrey Loy, Senior Manager (Airworthiness Engineering), Flight Standards Division, CAAS

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