Premium AEROTEC first aviation supplier to receive complete process qualification for additive titanium manufacturing in multi-laser systems
Augsburg, 17 May 2019 – Premium AEROTEC has achieved another important milestone in additive manufacturing (3D printing): After a successful industrial process audit carried out by Airbus on 11 April and signing of the qualification report on 25 April 2019, Premium AEROTEC was the first aviation supplier to achieve a complete process qualification for additively manufactured titanium parts in multi-laser systems.
NextGenAM – pilot project for automated metallic 3D printing proves a complete success
What began as a promising vision in May 2017 has now reached a successful conclusion: the project "NextGenAM" will work on the development of a pilot production line for a next-generation automated "Additive Manufacturing" process for partners Premium AEROTEC, EOS and Daimler.
Premium AEROTEC, Faurecia, Solvay and ENGEL open platform for thermoplastic composites research with ITA-Augsburg as part of IRG CosiMo
IRG CosiMo new facilities and first piece of equipment were unveiled by State Minister Franz Josef Pschierer from the Bavarian ministry of economics, energy and technology during an Opening Ceremony on Friday 28 September 2018.
NextGenAM: Taking major steps into the next generation of industrial 3D printing
Partner project involving Premium AEROTEC, Daimler, and EOS for developing series additive manufacturing reaches new mileston.
One year ago, Premium AEROTEC, Daimler, and EOS jointly initiated the NextGenAM project to develop the basis of a future system for series production using 3D printing technologies. Now, the first pilot plant has been put into operation at Premium AEROTEC in Varel, northern Germany – a key milestone.
Premium AEROTEC wins once again German Aviation Innovation Award for state-of-the-art assembly area
At the ILA airshow in Berlin, Premium AEROTEC has won the German Aviation Innovation Award for the second time in a row. In the “Industry 4.0” category Premium AEROTEC beat strong competition with its state-of-the-art assembly area at its Varel site. In 2017, the company had been awarded for 3D-printed components for the A350 XWB long-range aircraft.