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Stratasys and MakerBot launch CubeSat challenge for aerospace engineers

$subtitles.get($x) The CubeSat Challenge invites the GrabCAD community to use 3D printing to rethink the CubeSat, a standard small research satellite built by universities, aerospace startups, and independent makers around the world. Stratasys and its subsidiary MakerBot announce the CubeSat Challenge on GrabCAD to support innovation in aerospace engineering as a growing number of aerospace companies are embracing 3D printing. … Continue Reading

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Airbus produces 3D-printed flight parts for A350 XWB aircraft with Stratasys

$subtitles.get($x) Aircraft manufacturer Airbus has produced more than 1,000 flight parts on its Stratasys FDM 3D Production Systems from Stratasys Ltd., a global provider of 3D printing and additive manufacturing solutions. The 3D-printed aircraft parts were used on the company’s first-of-type A350 XWB commercial airplane, delivered in December 2014, in place of traditionally manufactured parts. … Continue Reading

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Aerospace innovators, including major airframe manufacturers and space organizations, are increasingly adopting three-dimensional (3D) printing and additive manufacturing solutions. Astronauts on the International Space Station are even 3D-printing parts high above the Earth. Read more about the growing use of 3D printing and additive manufacturing for aerospace applications. … Continue Reading


Team of military pilots enter consumer drone market, launch UAV control software

$subtitles.get($x) Botlink in Fargo, North Dakota, introduces the beta release of its unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) control software on the heels of multiple near-misses between unmanned aircraft systems (UAS, commonly called drones) and manned aircraft, as well as close calls near the White House in Washington. Botlink is designed to keep users safe and in compliance with FAA regulations while operating drones. The new application, free for users, enables drone operators to control multirotor or fixed-wing UAVs via an easy-to-use interface with real-time Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) data overlays showing locations of manned aircraft along with controlled airspace around airports. … Continue Reading

UTC Aerospace Systems shows bizjet in-flight entertainment and cabin management systems

UTC Aerospace Systems, part of United Technologies Corp. (NYSE:UTX), is showing its latest business jet aircraft interiors, including in-flight entertainment (IFE) and cabin management systems (CMS), at the European Business Aviation Convention and Exhibition (EBACE) in Geneva, Switzerland. … Continue Reading

MDA delivers RADARSAT-2 information to the Netherlands for government, scientific, research applications

MacDonald, Dettwiler and Associates Ltd. will provide RADARSAT-2 information to the Netherlands Space Office (NSO) for the next five years according to a $3.3 million (Canadian) contract amendment. The RADARSAT-2 information will be used to provide Interferometric Synthetic Aperture Radar (InSAR) information for government users as well as scientific and research purposes through the NSO Satellite Data Portal, a portal that enables the government of The Netherlands to disseminate satellite imagery to Dutch entities. … Continue Reading


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