Burloak Technologies’ new vice-president and general manager, Jason Ball explains how the company is supporting customers as they embark on their journey of additive manufacturing (AM) adoption. Mike Richardson reports.
COP26 underlined the need for a net-zero future in aviation and aerospace. But following a particularly testing period for the sector, how can we hope to come to a solution? The answer, according to Ian Risk, chief technology officer at the Centre for Modelling and Simulation, lies in collaboration and innovation.
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Aerospace Manufacturing hears how component manufacturer, Technoset reinvents itself during the pandemic, and how the purchase of the latest sliding-head lathe with single-figure micron accuracy has opened up new possibilities.
Whether they’re used in a commercial aircraft or onboard a military vehicle, not many electrical components are subjected to extreme conditions in the same way connectors are. Emily Rowe, European product manager at mission critical electrical connector specialist PEI-Genesis, discusses the benefits of using D38999 connectors in these applications.
Technical writer, Del Williams examines advanced rotary surface grinders and how they can enable efficient, precise resurfacing of the metal additive manufacturing build plate, improving productivity and quality.
The UK government aims to capture 10% of the global space industry by 2030. Kieron Salter, CEO at the Digital Manufacturing Centre and Mike Curtis-Rouse, head of manufacturing for space at the Satellite Applications Catapult look at whether additive manufacturing can unlock this ambition.
Stephen Molloy, aerospace, defence and industrials director at G&P Group Holdings, who is an IMechE Chartered Engineer and whose previous roles include senior positions in aerospace OEMs and aircraft systems providers, discusses how quality cannot be compromised as the aerospace sector plans for the future.