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Published: 2/20/2019

Aerospace Manufacturer Whitcraft Group Acquires Form 3D
The Whitman Group has acquired Form 3D Solutions to provide additive manufacturing for the aerospace industry and others.

Published: 2/5/2019

Fives Co-Developing Profilometer for Aerospace Composites
Fives and the National Research Council of Canada are collaborating on an advanced profilometer for the aerospace sector.

Published: 7/19/2018

Quintus Introduces High-Pressure Warm Forming for Titanium
Quintus Technologies introduces its new process for forming Ti-6Al-4V parts.

Published: 7/4/2018

Aero Gear Expands Connecticut Facility
Aero Gear, manufacturer of gearboxes for the aerospace industry, recently built a 24,000 ft2 expansion onto its Connecticut facility.

Published: 4/11/2018

Marposs Acquires Aviation Tooling Supplier BPMA
The BPMA product line offers solutions for aircraft engines including both new engine programs as well as the maintenance and repair of legacy engines.

Published: 3/26/2018

Seco Launches Customer Program to Reduce Lead Time
The program supplies a range of semi-standardized custom tool models, which helps to reduce quoting, tool design and approval processes. 

Published: 3/16/2018

GF Machining Solutions Opens Aerospace and Energy Center of Competence
The North Carolina facility will improve the company’s ability to provide machining solutions to the North American aerospace and energy markets.

Published: 2/28/2018

Stratasys, SIAEC Form Additive Manufacturing Joint Venture
The Singapore-based joint venture will offer design, engineering, certification support and part production to customers in the global aviation industry.

Published: 2/14/2018

Mazak Appoints General Manager to Northeast Region
Jim Rutan is tasked with managing Mazak’s sales and applications team in a booming region.

Published: 12/28/2017

Third Wave Systems Completes Military Contract for Machining Composites
The company developed a physics-based approach to five-axis machining of polymer matrix composites used in warfighters for the U.S. Air Force.