Industry News for 05/2022
The Starrag site in Rorschacherberg in Switzerland is synonymous with highly productive, long-lasting machining solutions in the aircraft industry. This is what made this site the perfect choice for the Starrag Competence Center Aerospace.
Aerojet Rocketdyne uses metal 3D printing technology from Velo3D to make a critical flight component lighter, smaller, and much less expensive than its predecessors.
Experience lower costs, improved quality and absolutely consistent finishing results with drag finisher technology.
Plate heat exchangers are found in numerous industrial applications, and essentially use metal plates to transfer heat between two fluids. Their use is burgeoning as they out-perform conventional heat exchangers (often a coiled pipe containing one fluid that passes through a chamber containing another fluid) as the fluids being cooled are in contact with a much greater surface area, which optimizes the transfer of heat and greatly increases the speed of temperature change.
A VDW study calculates above-average growth in global investment up to 2040.
Producing highly accurate parts for e-vehicles requires exacting deburring equipment. One German manufacturer turned to shot blast equipment to meet required specifications.
Since 1986, the Bestway Products Company has manufactured a full line of saw blades that enable tight, intricate cuts that have helped Panafab create products cost effectively.
From rapid prototyping and design for manufacturing before the first part is machined to adaptable and scalable manufacturing and state-of-the-art metrology and inspection throughout the process.