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3D Printing / Additive Layer Manufacturing (ALM)

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Additive Layer Manufacturing (ALM), also called 3D-printing, is an innovative technology shaping the future of aircraft component manufacturing and design.


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Tags : AERONAUTICS | AIRBUS | INNOVATION DAYS | 3D PRINTING | ALM | ADDITIVE LAYER MANUFACTURING

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