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Large-scale parts with Thermwood’s LSAM

Thermwood employed LSAM with its newly-developed vertical layer print 3D printing technology to fabricate the tool for Boeing in one piece.

26th November 2018

Innovation in Textiles
 |  Dale, IN

Transport/​Aerospace

Thermwood employed LSAM with its newly-developed vertical layer print (VLP) 3D printing technology to fabricate the tool for Boeing in one piece, eliminating the additional cost and time required for the assembly of multiple 3D printed tooling components. In the joint demonstration programme, Thermwood printed and trimmed the 12-foot-long R&D tool at its southern Indiana demonstration lab and delivered it to Boeing in August 2018.

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