committing them to production
3D printing has become a vital tool for aerospace engineers, making rapid prototyping, tooling and even part manufacturing easier and more cost efficient. All this can now take place on-site, ensuring trade secrets never leave their facility.
Engineers can discuss a design with peers or rapidly test the market potential at a trade-show
3D printing shrinks the development process from months to a matter of days
You can verify a design before investing in an expensive molding tool
You’re able to test ideas quickly and discover what does and doesn’t work. New iterations have no cost penalties
It’s easy to personalize and tweak parts to uniquely fit your needs at no extra cost and in just a matter of hours
With 3D printing you can easily test and validate designs. This allows you to refine your concept quickly and eliminate costly mistakes.
Demo real-life models
There’s nothing like having a physical model. With it you can test market potential and have meaningful discussions with key stakeholders.
It’s now possible to 3D print highly customized, complex and unique models. There’s no need to worry about tooling and lead-times.
The lighter the better
In a matter of hours, sometimes minutes, you can cheaply prototype airplane parts to test lighter designs before going into production.
Revolutionizing the way parts are designed
One of the most beneficial aspects of 3D printing is that it removes complexity related costs. In other words, a more complex part with intricate design will not cost more than a minimalist design, all other data being fixed. Thus, designers are not forced to create simple geometries to save money and forgo a design that may be more complex but will work perfectly for their needs. They can focus on creating the best part without having to bear in mind its production feasibility, complexity, or cost.
A good example of this principle is a contest created by GE on GrabCad to redesign an engine bracket with 3D printing in mind. 640 people entered the contest and the winner created a part that is 83.4% lighter than the original part: from 2kg to 327g! Although it seems like a small achievement, considering a 400 ton aircraft, the lighter the aircraft the more money is saved on fuel. By applying this kind of weight reduction to more pieces and equipment on the aircraft, you end up with a significant savings.
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The Logistics Company of the Future
The changing supply chain dynamics will lead to the evolution of a new type of logistics company resembling a ‘4PL’, or service management company, as much as anything else. Their businesses will comprise a mix of software development, delivery services, partner relationship management, contract management and brainpower.
The new logistics company will design solutions comprising demand planning, manufacturing, delivery, market monitoring, service parts management and return and recycling services. In essence, they will become Product Life-Cycle Management service providers.
This is a big opportunity for the major industry players that have the resources to establish these new organisations.
The Service Parts Logistics industry will be either transformed or decimated by 3D manufacturing - or perhaps both! With small 3D Printing machines available, operations in remote locations – or even in an engineer’s van – will only need electronic libraries of designs available to them on a local computer. They can then call up the design of the spare part required and immediately print it. Obsolete parts could simply be scanned in 3D, fixed in the computer’s memory and the new part printed. The implications for inventory are clear.
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