Enjoy lighter parts without sacrificing quality and sturdiness! Solaxis manufactures aircraft interior parts certified for flight (ULTEM 9085) by industrial 3D printing. Our technology is a perfect match for the needs of the aeronautics industry, which requires reliable, efficient, leading-edge technologies that make for more lightweight and durable components.
Additive manufacturing offers several key advantages:
Leveraging our 3D printing expertise to produce individual units or short series brings you substantial time and financial savings. In most cases, additive manufacturing is faster than traditional manufacturing and requires no tooling.
To produce functional prototypes, we use engineering thermoplastics with properties comparable to those of the final parts. 3D-printed functional prototypes speed up your parts’ development by allowing them to be tested and corrected both quickly and efficiently. In addition to the above-mentioned parts, we also make:
When it comes to your manufacturing and assembly methods, we provide tooling that meets aeronautics industry requirements for quality and safety while maximizing your operational efficiency.
To produce various short-series parts to be added to assemblies for aeronautics needs.
Prototyping for polycarbonate wiring conduits
When the aircraft recently underwent an experimental tail-wiring upgrade, technicians at Bell Xworx opted for the industrial FDM technology with the Fortus system to build tough polycarbonate wiring conduits. Technicians installed the branching conduits in six mating sections inside the Osprey’s twin vertical stabilizers for on-the-ground testing of its wiring.