Seco Tools event explores aerospace issues collaboratively

December 09, 2021 - 12:00am

The aerospace industry faces complex issues, such as environmental issues and the need for efficient designs, lightweight materials and 3D-printed parts. To help address these and other issues, Seco Tools hosted the Inspiration Through Innovation (ITI) 2021 virtual event Dec. 1.

Presented together with its technical partners, the event showcased collaborative solutions with real-life demonstrations of machined components that address some of the biggest modern-day challenges. 

“We host Inspiration Through Innovation events to celebrate and showcase the progress that is made for our customers when we collaborate with our partners,” said Andreas Fritz, vice president marketing & sales at Seco Tools. “Anyone can innovate, but what we can achieve by working together offers outstanding value when manufacturing aerospace components.”

Aerospace manufacturers are consistently looking for new lightweight materials to optimize their processes. This often involves overcoming other unique production challenges. The increased focus on environmental issues is pushing the industry toward more efficient designs while 3D-printed parts demand new workflow and processes.

The Aerospace ITI 2021 event drew on the global network of Seco Tools specialists, bringing together in-house expertise and external knowledge to explore the possibilities. Attendees had a chance to see the results of such innovative partnerships and to discuss how collaboration can help them to find solutions that will drive their business forward.


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