News archive for November 2014

3D Printing and Additive Manufacturing for Aerospace and Defence

3D Printing and Additive Manufacturing for Aerospace and Defence, 20th January 2015, Heriot Watt University

Industry giants like Lockheed Martin and Honeywell are incorporating additively manufactured components into their designs, and GE Aviation is investing $70 million in an Auburn, Alabama factory to make 3D printed fuel nozzles for its LEAP jet engine. What used to require welding together 20 parts now requires printing just one.  


Innovations in Large-Area Electronics Conference (innoLAE) 2015

Large-Area Electronics (including printed, plastic, organic and flexible electronics) is a new way of making electronics. The range of form factors that are possible with large-area electronics (LAE) is enabling electronic systems to be deployed in a wide variety of non-traditional situations: on paper and plastic, on clothes, in furniture, cars and buildings, as well as on packaging and even in/on the human body.