Boeing company just recently increased its already large investment in additive manufacturing. Additive manufacturing, also known as 3D printing, is becoming the future of manufacturing. 3D printing is a process in which materials are meshed together using a computer software and then printed creating a three-dimensional object. 3D printing is being used in many different fields to lower the cost of production and shorten lead times. Boeing is showing a huge interest in Morf3D, a 3D printing company with a focus in the metal-based engineering field. Morf3D has technology that has allowed them to create stronger and lighter aircraft components. The company has a mission to provide innovative solutions to sustain eco-systems while solving complex design and manufacturing challenges that fully benefit today’s world. Morf3D has already created many products for Boeing which include aluminum and titanium components for helicopters and satellites.
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