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Norsk Titanium continues to secure exciting partnerships

by • July 18, 2016 • No Comments

As previously reported by 3D Printing Industry, Norsk Titanium has secured a series of integrated donate chain moves created to insert their disruptive Rapid Plasma Deposition™ (RPD™) ability smoothly and efficiently into existing aerospace donate chains servicing the world’s premier aerospace manufacturers. As the world’s pioneering supplier of aerospace-grade, additive manufactured, structural titanium components, Norsk Titanium has created new technologies that allow engineers and developers to work at unprecedented speeds. Thusly, Norsk Titanium possesses highly sought after technologies, that they plan to effectively donate to leaders throughout the industry.

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During an interactive additive making exhibit at last week’s Farnborough International Air Show Norsk revealed the signing of a Long Term Agreement (LTA) with Mecachrome, a leader in the create, engineering, making and building of complicated precision-engineered components for aircraft and car applications. Under the terms of the agreement, Norsk Titanium and Mecachrome can donate finished aerospace structural titanium components generated by Norsk’s patented RPD™ system to current Mecachrome aerospace OEMs and their tier-1 suppliers. Additionally, Norsk Titanium can procure finish machining, inspection and treatment services of Mecachrome for additive manufactured components that replace incumbent parts already supplied by Mecachrome to the aerospace industry.

Norsk Titanium CEO Warren M. Boley, Jr. was quoted saying, “This deal complements and expands upon our current finish machining and inspection partners by providing us with new access to Mecachrome’s captive titanium aerospace parts business.” Complimentarily, Mecachrome is in addition excited to start work with Norsk Titanium and their “competitive technology,” according to Mecachrome France CEO, Arnaud de Ponnat.

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