Aerospace & Defense
3D printed TransRoPorter supports space exploration. “We decided to 3D print the TransRoPorter prototype, which offered us the least expensive, fastest and most elegant solution. Everyone involved in the project is delighted with the outcome.”
Inspired by an Air Force defense program, SelectTech Geospatial proved that an innovative company could make a UAS (unmanned aerial system) quickly and with limited resources.
“The efficient process allows us to do more iterations than we could with other processes. That results in better-designed components.”— Mike Storp, Bell Helicopter
Additive manufacturing lets the development team try more design options, shorten development times and show customers a part that’s production ready.
“3D printing has eliminated design constraints and empowered our engineers to come up with better and more innovative products.”
“When evaluating products for design and functionality, this exceptional level of realism and multi-material capability at the prototyping stage is a major advantage for customers, aiding decision-making and accelerating time-to-market.”