Other than enduring some of the most extreme environmental conditions, Aerospace parts need to be light and strong. To create parts like this, takes very specialist materials and machinery
In a demanding industry such as aerospace, additive manufacturing offers the cutting edge in component manufacture capable of creating very complex parts in some of the most exotic materials
With thousands of hours of research and development in every part, the aerospace industry settles for nothing but the best.
Additive Manufacturing allows faster testing, better geometry’s and low volume production. Perfect for the high demands of todays aerospace industry.
Why Choose Additive Manufacturing for Aerospace components?
Enhanced mechanical properties enabling:
Weight Reduction, Lattice structures, Optimized designs, Durability
Complex geometries enabling:
Part Consolidation design, Reduced part count, Stronger structures, Generative design, Enhanced fluid flow, Lattice structures
Direct from CAD process enabling:
Streamlined work flow, Fast part iteration, Fast part customization, No tooling, No programming, Simple setup
Create stronger parts through better part geometry
Metal 3D Printing materials available: Titanium Gr23 (Ti6Al4V), Aluminium (AlSi10mG), 316L Stainless Steel, 17-4PH Stainless Steel and more
Fluid Dynamics – Amiga uses CFD software
Light Weighting – Amiga uses Topology Optimisation software analysis to create internal hollows; removing un necessary material, still keeping the strength and integrity of the part
Strength – Amiga’s Metal 3D Printing technology of DMP is just as strong as machining from billet material with capabilities of printing 10um thick layers, the parts are extremely dense
Amiga has manufactured many parts for Aerospace already, using both Additive Manufacturing and CNC Machining. Not only prototyping, but end-use fit for purpose parts.
Accredited to AS9100D for Aerospace, Defence and Space, and with ISO9001:2015 for other industries