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By Shane Lasley
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Airbus secures metal 3D printing powder

Canadian GE Additive company to supply high-quality titanium Metal Tech News - December 8, 2021


Last updated 7/12/2022 at 1:21pm

GE Additive manufacturing Airbus aerospace titanium aluminum 3d printing


AP&C uses plasma torches to melt and atomize metal wire to produce high-quality spherical powders for metal 3D printing.

Canada-based AP&C has signed a deal to supply Airbus with titanium powders for 3D printing, a technology that is gaining traction for manufacturing lighter, more durable, and uniquely designed parts for the aerospace industry.

AP&C is the metal powder company for GE Additive, a division of the famed multinational energy corporation that sees metal 3D printing as a pioneering process with the po...

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