Voting is close for 3D printing aerospace or automotive
application of the year in our 2018
3D Printing Industry Awards.
Earlier this year, we shortlisted 10 outstanding applications
in aerospace and automotive as nominated by you – the most
well-informed readership in the industry.
In the interest of keeping the 3D Printing Industry Awards in
time with the rapidly evolving additive manufacturing
landscape, we’ve opted to include a wildcard option to bring in
new challengers to the race.
Within this category, readers have voted for seven additional
aerospace and automotive applications. Covering the length and
breadth of potential in these fields, applications include:
end-use parts for an Italian motorcycle manufacturer,
prototyping to restore a retro American hot rod, metal 3D
printing taking off in Swedish airplanes, rockets to the moon,
(and to Mars), additive redesign for hydraulic tooling,
and emission-reducing aircraft components.
General Manager, Materials Solutions – A Siemens Business,
accepts the award for the 3D printed superalloy gas turbine
blades at the 3D Printing Industry Awards 2017. Photo by Antoine
Fargette for 3D Printing Industry.
In your opinion, is the best aerospace or automotive
application of 2018 in tooling, prototyping, end-use, warehouse
reduction, aerospace firsts or the next generation of vehicles?
Below are some of the best aerospace or automotive 3D
printing applications of 2018, as voted for by our readers:
Do you agree? Let us know and vote for any of these, or
or automotive application by writing the name in the
box marked ‘other’ on the form.
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