Have you ever looked into creating 3D printed parts for aerospace and been unsure of how to navigate the endless waters of certifications and documentation?
More than ever, 3D printed parts are being used aboard aircraft and as part of the manufacturing line using Markforged composite materials. Lot traceability with aerospace-grade materials such as Onyx FR-A and Carbon Fiber FR-A are opening doors for new possibilities and applications related to flight. Printing systems are also becoming more and more sophisticated adding features such as automated part scanning for dimensional accuracy. Both materials and printed parts have granular traceability and dimensional reports as part of an automated process.
Want to learn more? Join Chloe McGuffin, Aviation Application Engineer at Markforged, and additive manufacturing specialist Alan Kelly from Hawk Ridge Systems to learn more in this aerospace-focused webinar.