The Future of Flight: How Will 3D-Printing Make Travel Faster, Cheaper, and Safer?

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It’s no secret that additive manufacturing – more commonly known as 3-D printing – is a technology that is coming of age. From churning out replacement hip joints to creating fruit packing robots to serving up slices of piping hot pizza, additive technology is flying high. How high? Forty-three thousand feet according to the FAA. Meet your new wings – the Boeing 777X jet liner – which is breaking records and expectations with its 3D-printed components… Read more at Cleanroom-News.com

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