China's North Western Polytechnical University to develop 3D printed titanium sample parts for Airbus

Airbus recently inked a cooperation agreement with China's North Western Polytechnical University (NPU) focused on increasing the use of 3D printing in aerospace. Specifically, the university will use its laser solid forming (LSF) technology to produce titanium alloy sample parts for Airbus's tes...

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