The 3D Print opens up the space for innovative materials in the aerospace industry.
The aerospace industry noticeably invests in 3D Print technology, reducing the weight of produced parts and material costs.

Production line

The meaning of 3D Print for the aerospace industry is due to the possibility of breaking existing trade-offs in terms of performance.

Because the cost of a single Printed element production doesn’t change with a whole series, it means that 3D Printing is the technology that ignores the capital required to achieve the scale capital.

Small lot production

3D Printing increases the flexibility and scope of the production process. A large variety of printed elements become possible, with the costs of moving and creating production lines excluding. It is a key-value because the aerospace industry, unlike other mass-production industries, is mostly geared to non-standard production.


3D Printing provides the flexibility to create geometrically complex parts that are difficult to build during a traditional production process.

Additive technology allows the creation of parts with sections such as internal cavities and lattice structures that help reduce the weight of elements without sacrificing their mechanical performance. Constant access to each layer and all geometry enables the production of complex parts in the form of one-component systems.

Multi-material print

3D Printers that enable printing on many materials during one printing process allows the production of parts with different properties within the structure.

For example, one section of the aerospace may be constructed of flame retardant material, while the other divisions of extremely lightweight material.

Elements printed with thermoplastic materials intended for engineering applications help to significantly reduce the weight of the whole system, contributing to the improvement of fuel efficiency.


We can minimalize the considerable costs and space required for storing available parts.

The damaged arts of devices caused by its exploitation, and the delivery of which takes a long time or is impossible, can be successfully printed in the time the problem occurs.

3D Printers produce less waste than traditional machines, which is a significant attribute when using expensive aircraft materials.

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Research shows that during additive manufacturing, the amount of material needed to produce a single part is on average 10% smaller, additionally – on average, the production cost is 50% lower, while the weight of components and project implementation time is reduced by 64%.

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