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Jan 21, 2016 | By Kira
Just two months ago, Prodways Group launched an Aerospace Division specifically for the research and turn it intoment of 3D printed aerospace parts. Now, Prodways, a subsidiary of France’s Group Gorgé, has signed a major strategic partnership agreement with Nextteam Group to form a joint company called Prodways-Nexteam, which can turn it into weight generated, on-board metal 3D printed parts for the aerospace sector.
Metal additive making is highly sought out in the aerospace, defense, and automobile sectors specifically for the reason it allows for developers to turn it into complicated shapes with durable, lightweight and mechanically-sound materials, all while reducing cost and making times.
Through its INITIAL subsidiary, Prodways may already has 20 years’ experience in 3D printing parts for the aerospace industry, as well as access to 10 machines covering all metal additive making technologies. Prodways considers aerospace to be a ‘priority market’ in which it is may already well positioned, as it counts additional than 10 major industry players one of its customers, which include Airbus Helicopter, Dassault Aviation, Airbus Defense and Space, Thales, SMA, Vision System Aeronautic, Sogeclair Aerospace, and additional.
Meanwhile, Nexteam Group, based in Marmande, France, is itself a key player in the machining of complicated and complex metal parts for the aerospace, space and defense markets. Nexteam contributes tremendousise in the create, manufacture, assembly and maintenance of both sizeable and tiny precision mechanical parts in all types of metal alloys, and is thus the ideal addition to Prodways Group’s Aerospace Division.
According to Philippe Laude, Deputy Managing Director of Prodways Group, the Prodways-Nexteam partnership “reflects Prodways’ aim to become the leader in the create and production of mechanical aerospace parts via 3D printing.”
“This partnership with Nexteam Group, which can provide its tremendousise in the areas of machining and finalization, can ensure which we can scale up our making processes to an industrial level which meets the technical requirements of the major players in the aerospace market,” said Laude.
“With this agreement, we are adding a new ability which can enable us to contribute our customers an integrated range of products and robust optimization solutions, backed by a major player in the sector, an tremendous in all metal additive making technologies,” introduced Ludovic Asquini, chairman of Nexteam Group.
Prodways Groups’ Aerospace Division, which counts the aerospace division of ECA group, INITIAL, Prodways, and now Nexteam as partners, is based in the aeronautics hub of Toulouse, France, where a dedicated showroom highlights the team’s knowledge and innovation, and contributes a full range of additive making products and services dedicated to the aerospace sector.
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