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From the current application point of view, 3D printing technology has two main applications in the aerospace field: one is the direct and rapid manufacturing of complex components; the other is the rapid repair of components.
In the aerospace field, the cost of major equipment is expensive. If parts are damaged or parts are out of size during use, it will cause great economic losses. At this time, it is a good choice to use 3D printing technology to repair the damaged parts of the parts, so that the overall equipment can be put into use quickly.
Aluminum, titanium, Hastelloy and Inconel superalloys are widely accepted by aircraft manufacturers, but when parts are made by 3D printing, they are expected to be subject to stricter scrutiny, especially when new alloys may be used. All of these Extensive and rigorous testing is required before flight use.
With the rapid development of modern aircraft manufacturing, whether working on a commercial, military or space-related project, Metal 3d printing technology has become one of the key technologies for aerospace manufacturing. The advancement of aerospace 3d printing processing technology has changed the concept of aircraft design, and the design of aerospace parts has become more integrated and complicated. Aerospace parts have their unique characteristics, such as thin walls, easy deformation, complex curved surfaces, and difficult to process materials. With the continuous advancement of technology, for some 3d printing manufacturers with rich experience and advanced equipment, such as PTJ, complete 3d printing of large aircraft components with high efficiency and low cost is no longer a difficult task.
Aerospace has always been one of the important pillar industries in the field of national defense, and a symbol of the strength of a country’s comprehensive scientific and technological strength. As the machining difficulty of aerospace parts such as engine discs, shaft parts, turbine casings, landing gears, etc. continues to increase, various new materials, new structures, and new technologies are emerging in an endless stream, and the requirements for processing technology and craftsmanship continue to increase. And the emergence of 3D printing has made the aerospace industry even more powerful and accelerated the development of the industry.