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Students use metal 3D printing to establish new standards in rocket design

The race is on to make space components more dependable, affordable, scalable, and producible using agile manufacturing techniques as the aerospace industry moves quickly towards additive manufacturing (AM) as a method to convert innovative, physics-based designs into higher-performing parts.

Boeing delivers first 737 MAX to Australian Bonza

Boeing has delivered the first 737-8 airplane to Bonza, a new carrier that becomes the first Australian airline to fly the new 737 MAX. Bonza...

Titomic announces new joint venture with UK-based tooling company Neos International

Australian additive manufacturing specialist Titomic will enter into a joint venture with English company Neos International to manufacture and sell Invar 36 Faceplates and...

Australian-made game changer for stress testing and failure monitoring of structures

Media Release An Australian innovation with significant pedigree, and global safety implications, is rapidly moving towards commercial reality thanks in part to a co-funded grant...

Titomic gets Purchase Order and Statement of Work for TKF AM Parts from Airbus

Australian additive manufacturing company Titomic has announced that it has received a Purchase Order and Statement of Work from European multinational aerospace corporation Airbus. Titomic...

New commercial drone flight testing facility to open in Queensland

Queensland will become the home of a new $14.5 million commercial drone flight testing facility that will create new high-tech jobs in the North...

University of Sydney joins Airbus Global University Partner Programme

The University of Sydney’s Faculty of Engineering and Information Technologies has become the only Aussie university to be part of the renowned Airbus Global...

Northrop Grumman inks deal to buy aerospace manufacturer Orbital ATK for $9.2bn

Northrop Grumman has announced that it has reached an agreement to buy global leader in aerospace and defence technologies Orbital ATK Inc. for $9.2...

BAE Systems, City University London kickstart bio-inspired research that could revolutionise aerospace industry

Researchers at BAE Systems and City, University of London are studying the falcons’ flying techniques in an effort to develop new technologies for aircraft...

magniX wins $2.5m Government grant to develop electric aircraft engine

Queensland-based tech company magniX has been awarded a $2.5 million grant from the Australian Government to develop electric aircraft engine that could potentially reduce...
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