thyssenkrupp Aerospace and the Mecachrome Group, one of the five largest manufacturers of aerospace parts in Europe, have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) for a five-year extension of their existing long-term partnership.
Krzysztof Koziol, professor of composites engineering and head of composites and the advanced materials centre, at Cranfield University discusses ENABLEH2 and how the project has revitalised the enthusiasm in liquid hydrogen research for civil aviation.
Hello and welcome to the February/March issue of Aerospace Manufacturing magazine. It’s show-time again folks as the latest edition of the popular Paris-based JEC World composites show gets ready to roll.
Airborne has been selected by Airbus Helicopters to renew the cutting room in Donauwörth, Germany, with state-of-the-art digital Kit by Light systems.
One of the UK’s leading autonomous vehicle specialists has made a strategic new appointment to drive its aviation activity.
The Exact Group reveals how it has been able to utilise and leverage the surface finishing advantages of Cerakote, a durable and versatile ceramic coating system.
Leading aerospace specialist Airframe Designs is taking part in a project aiming to be a world-first in aircraft part production through a 3D printing project with the National Aerospace Technology Exploitation Programme (NATEP).
CloudNC – a manufacturing technology company backed by Autodesk and Lockheed Martin has revealed that its CAM Assist solution can now create programming strategies and toolpaths with AI for 3+2 axis CNC machines.
David Martin has joined ScotMaz – the sole distributor of Yamazaki Mazak machine tools in Scotland – as sales manager to support the manufacturer’s growing presence in Scotland.
JEC World attracts top composites exhibitors from around the world. Aerospace Manufacturing previews some of the companies showcasing their latest products and innovations during the show.