Since its creation, additive manufacturing (AM) has had a role to play in the aerospace sector. With applications for both polymer and metal 3D printing, AM is popular in the industry for its ability to make optimized, cost-effective, lighter parts that still have the appropriate properties and strength to be used even as end-use parts. In fact, the technology is so popular that according to a report from Research and Markets, the global market revenue generated by AM in aerospace was about $1.36 Billion USD in 2020 alone. Additionally, it is expected to continue to grow, potentially reaching a value of about $7.08 Billion USD by 2028. In this category you can find all our articles on additive manufacturing in the aerospace industry.
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