The problem, that we are here to resolve, is an increasing demand from the aerospace industry for technology capable of producing sophisticated 3D printed parts and components.
Aerospace 3D printing is primarily used to increase the efficiency of the A&D supply chain, reduce storage costs of inventory and waste production materials.
The Aerospace 3D printing industry focuses more on creating parts of aircraft that are lighter and stronger than parts made by using traditional manufacturing.
3D part printing is a new technology that has come up with the prospect of transforming the way companies build new products, including defense and aerospace components. Av3D will serve as an integrated additive manufacturing solution provider for airlines and aircraft servicing companies and the aviation industry, in general, to plug into when seeking to adopt additive manufacturing technology on an industrial level.
Av3D will help airlines to improve their designs, including making complex parts on-demand and manufacturing discontinued parts. Less material and consolidated designs that result in fewer components mean overall weight reduction. But weight reduction also occurs from optimized, revolutionary designs only possible through 3D printing.