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3D Printing in aerospace

3D Printing brings new materials solutions to aerospace industry

Investment in 3D printing in the aerospace industry has been a noticeable trend in recent years. The use of final elements produced with 3D printers in aviation is increasingly seen as the optimal solution for companies operating in this industry. Thanks to the use of a new range of materials and optimal 3D printing technology, it is possible to introduce cheaper, lighter and more durable components into production.

3D Solutions for aerospace:

Customers, who benefits from VSHAPER solutions

3D Printers recommended for airspace industry



Five-axis 3D printing is a definite way forward for the industry. Check out our solution that is changing the perspective on 3D printing possibilities!

5-axis 3D printing

High temperature materials processing


Automatic printing head change

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Industry FIVE AXIS pforessional 3D printer


A compact system of advanced 3D printing, designed for users who expect fast results while maintaining industrial standards.

Workspace 420x420x420mm

450°C printing temperature

Actively heated chamber

Heated, vacuum bed

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Industry VSHAPER 500 PRO professional 3D printer


A compact system of advanced 3D printing, designed for users who expect fast results while maintaining industrial standards.

Workspace 250x250x175mm

420°C - 3D printing temperature

Actively heated chamber

Heated, vacuum bed

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Industry VSHAPER 270 PRO 3D printer for professional use

VSHAPER 3D Printing solutions open up space for modern materials in the aerospace industry.



Production line with 3D Printer

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.

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servicing airplane with 3D printed elements



Prototyping with 3D Printer

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.

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servicing spacecraft with 3D printed elements



Small lot production with 3D Printing

3D printing no longer fills only the niche of rapid prototyping. Our 3D printing technologies allow for the creation of final components in small lot production

3D printing increases the flexibility of production and its scope. A large variety of 3D printed elements is possible without the costs of rearranging and setting up production lines. This is crucial as the aerospace industry, unlike other mass production industries, is largely geared towards custom production.

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drone with 3D printed parts



Multi-material 3D print

VSHAPER 500 3D Printers that are able to print with two materials during one 3D printing process allows the production of parts with different properties.

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.

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VSHAPER 500 MED two nozzles printing head



Servicing with 3D Printed parts

3D Printing can minimalize the considerable costs and space required for storing available parts.

The damaged parts 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 that the problem occurs.

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

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Airplane servicing with 3D printed parts

We provide 3D solutions for aerospace companies

Research shows that during additive manufacturing

on average


less material needed to produce a single part

on average


lower production cost

on average


part weight and project implementation time are reduced

complex 3D printed models

Enhance the innovation of your venture by implementing 3D printing technology

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VSHAPER 3D Printing Case Studies

Read more about how 3D printing can be used effectively in industry, and learn about the value of 3D printing technology in various industries and applications.


3D printing in the food industry

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three matching 3D printed elements

VSHAPER meets high accuracy standards assuring the precise prototype dimensions.

VSHAPER solutions guarantee precise printing of individual elements that together form a functional mechanism. The precise 3d printout with given parameters requires mastered wisdom about FDM technology key aspects. Innovative VSHAPER solutions guarantee efficient control of settings of printing conditions and investigation of printed filament dynamics. The ability of precise 3d printing of individual elements of different […]

3d printer in production company

3D printing technology supports Fakro development.

The Fakro company which is present on polish and global markets, the worldwide leader in skylights and attic stairs production, joins to the list of VSHAPER  users – the producer of industrial 3D printers. In 2019 Fakro’s Development and Research department engineers decided to enrich their machinery park with a new industrial 3D printer. .

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