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Additive Manufacturing for Aerospace Advanced by Altair, RUAG and Morf3D

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TROY, Mich., April 21, 2016 /PRNewswire/ — Altair, RUAG and Morf3D have not long ago entered a non-exclusive partnership for cooperation in advancing additive making (AM) for Aerospace applications. The partnership can address the full additive making system which include create, analysis, create, test and certification. The partnership aims to contribute a start-to-finish service primarily to the Aerospace industry for AM which include space, propulsion, aircraft interior, and airframe applications. Other application areas can be pursued as opportunities present themselves.

Whilst working together jointly on publications, training, research, and technical papers, etc., to facilitate this cooperative effort, Altair can lead the provision of solidThinking Inspire™ software for create and analysis, Morf3d can lead program management, part production, R&D and synonymous high end control and RUAG can take the lead on create, analysis, documentation, testing and certification. The team can use the AM facility Morf3D’s Innovation Center which comes with different types of DMLS systems and the test facilities at Ruag.

“We are excited to participate with Ruag and Morf3d on advancing the AM system for Aerospace applications,” said Dr. Robert Yancey, VP of Aerospace at Altair Engineering. “There is unquestionably a require for resources to assist companies navigate the challenges of via AM and this partnership can have all of the necessary expertise and innovation to assist companies be successful with AM.”

“The partnership between Altair, Morf3D and RUAG Space puts together the ideal ecosystem to revolutionize the way space components are engineered, generated and qualified,” said Franck Mouriaux, General Manager Structures at RUAG SCHWEIZ AG. “This breakthrough is perfectly
mandatory for us to face the challenges of the new space industry and stay competitive.”

“We are thrilled to partner with Altair and RUAG to contribute the Aerospace industry a one-of-a-kind multi-disciplinary value chain which is able-bodied to exploit new possibilities brought on by Additive Design and Additive Manufacturing,” said Ivan J. Madera, Chief Executive Officer, Morf3D.

About ALTAIR

Altair is focused on the development and broad application of simulation innovation to synthesize and optimize creates, systemes and decisions for improved business performance. Privately held with additional than 2,000 employees, Altair is headquartered in Troy, Michigan, USA and operates additional than 45 offices throughout 22 countries. Currently, Altair serves additional than 5,000 corporate clients across broad industry segments. To learn additional, please visit www.altair.com.

Corporate / Americas

Biba A. Bedi

+1.757.224.0548 x 406

[email protected]

Altair Europe, the Middle East and Africa

Evelyn Gebhardt

+49 6421 9684351

[email protected]

About RUAG

RUAG Space is the major supplier of products for the space industry in Europe. Experience, impressive reliability, customer focus and a comprehensive, unquestionably structured product portfolio all manufacture RUAG Space the partner of choice for manufacturers of satellites and launchers across the globe. To learn additional, please visit http://www.ruag.com/space.

Franck Mouriaux

+41 44 306 21 37

[email protected]

About MORF3D

Morf3D is a fully-integrated provider of additive making services, focused on bringing new solutions which solve hard additive create and making challenges. Privately held with a team of interdisciplinary experts of Academia, Industry and Engineering, Morf3D’s Innovation Center is headquartered in El Segundo, CA, USA. To learn additional, please visit www.morf3d.com.

Ivan J. Madera

+1.310.607.0188

[email protected]

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