Infiniti identifies the Additive Manufacturing challenges in the aviation industry

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Infiniti was established in 2003 and is a leading market intelligence company providing smart solutions to address business challenges. Infiniti Research studies markets in more than 100 countries to help analyze competitive activity, see beyond market disruptions, and develop business strategies.

The company has announced the completion of its latest article on additive manufacturing challenges in the aviation industry. The article covers:

  • How AM is transforming the aviation sector;
  • Top AM challenges facing players in the aviation industry;

Additive manufacturing techniques play a pivotal role in aviation companies to reduce costs, increase efficiency, shorten time-to-market, and allow greater design flexibility,” 

-Manufacturing industry expert at Infiniti Research.

In the last decade, the 3D Printing industry has created a buzz in industries across the world, promising a flexible and cost-effective alternative to traditional manufacturing. One such sector that AM has brought about key transformations is the aviation industry. It acts as a vital technique to create complex designs and produce lightweight, yet strong structures. According to the article, there are several AM challenges that need to be addressed by aviation companies before they go into its widespread adoption in the sector.

Some of the key additive manufacturing challenges include inconsistency in quality, large and odd-sized parts, high material costs, and scalability limitations.

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Business Wire, Infiniti’s Latest Article Identifies Critical Additive Manufacturing Challenges That Need to Be Addressed by the Aviation Industry published on Jan28 2020, re-edited and published by João Andrade on Jan29 2020;

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Piper/ Freedom of Flight published on July 27 2020, re-edited and published by João Andrade on Jan29 2020;

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