– $1.3M contract focused on building the most advanced aircraft heat exchangers ever made
– 3DS partners with global leaders in aerospace and metal research
– Utilizing 3DS’ Direct Metal Printing (DMP) to manufacture highly complex, end-use metal aircraft components
ROCK HILL, South Carolina, May 21, 2015 – 3D Systems (NYSE:DDD) announced today its role in a $1.3 million contract to design, build and test a cutting-edge aircraft heat exchanger to be manufactured using 3D printing. Led by Honeywell International, a world leader in heat exchanger production, this project will utilize 3DS’ Direct Metal Printing (DMP) technology as well as the additive manufacturing and materials expertise of Penn State’s Center for Innovative Materials Processing through Direct Digital Deposition (CIMP-3D). Such qualified use of additive manufacturing will not only revolutionize jet engine manufacturing, but it will also open the technology to a multibillion-dollar heat exchanger market.
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