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A consortium led by Optomec has been awarded a $4 million project to develop three-dimensional printing methods to repair metallic aerospace structures for the U.S. Air Force. The 3D printer company will collaborate with GE Aviation, Lockheed Martin, Rolls-Royce and 20 other organizations to explore additive manufacturing techniques under the Re-Born in the USA project, […] More
Siemens will invest $1 billion in software grants for manufacturing programs in seven community colleges, universities and education centers in Virginia, giving students access to the same tools used in real-world factories around the world. “Manufacturing is the most sophisticated, forward-looking and innovative business function in the world today, and we need to let students, parents […] More
Lockheed Martin hosted an event Thursday to acknowledge the contributions of U.K.-based suppliers to the F-35 program at the Defense Supplies and Equipment International trade show in London. U.K. Minister of Defense Equipment, Support and Technology Philip Dunne joined representatives of 13 British businesses that attended the event, Lockheed said Thursday. Steve O'Bryan, Lockheed vice president […] More
BAE Systems and several other technology companies and government entities have pledged their support for a Royal Academy of Engineering initiative to promote U.K. engineering, New Electronics magazine reported Tuesday. Laura Hopperton writes the Engineering for Growth campaign has so far signed up BAE, Rolls-Royce, the Mclaren Group, the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council […] More
ATK will present several of its aerospace and defense products at this year’s Paris Air Show, scheduled for June 17 through June 23. The company will operate a booth to provide attendees information on ATK’s products for airplanes, Rolls-Royce’s car engines and several launch vehicle programs, ATK said Monday. ATK will also feature its Vivisat […] More
Northrop Grumman and the U.S. Navy launched an unmanned aerial vehicle for its maiden test flight Wednesday for a program that calls for 68 aircraft. The MQ-4C Triton took off from Northrop’s Palmdale headquarters in California at 7:10 a.m. Pacific time and flew for one-and-a-half hours, the company said Wednesday. Mike Mackey, Northrop Grumman Triton […] More
The U.K.'s coalition government will set aside hundreds of millions of dollars to invest in its aerospace sector in a bid to jump-start growth in the sector. Reuters reports that Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg will announce the 10-year plan before Wednesday's budget proposal. Airbus, Bombardier and Rolls-Royce will contribute funding for the initiative and […] More
BAE Systems is turning to the Middle East to spur business growth after its recently proposed merger with EADS fell through, Dan Milmo reports for the Guardian. The paper reports the company expects to take in around $969 million by renegotiating a contract with Saudia Arabia for 72 Typhoon jets and is working to close a deal […] More
The U.S. Air Force wants to test a new fuel-reduction option on its Lockheed Martin-built Hercules aircraft, Defense Systems reports. Jim Grant, Lockheed Martin Aeronautics vice president, said Lockheed has been testing drag-reduction options for the C-130 Hercules aircraft in wind tunnels. Grant said the company wants to validate its simulation tests by putting the system […] More
Alliant Techsystems celebrated the grand opening of its new Aircraft Commercial Center of Excellence facility in Clearfield, Utah, yesterday, less than one year after the expansion was announced. The facility serves as the headquarters for ATK’s commercial aircraft programs and supports the manufacturing of composite airframe and engine components for the Airbus A350 XWB, and […] More
ATK will open its new 615,000 square-foot Aircraft Commercial Center of Excellence in August in Clearfield, Utah. The facility will serve as the headquarters for ATK Aerospace Structures commercial aircraft programs and will manufacture commercial airframes, engine components for the Airbus A350, General Electric and Rolls-Royce engine programs. The facility was designed to meet the […] More
There may be truth in advertising after all. Boeing's Dreamliner might just turn out to perform like a dream. The Boeing 787 completed its 1,000th flight yesterday. The flight test program includes seven airplanes that have flown almost 3,000 hours and more than one million miles. According to Capt. Mike Carriker, chief pilot for the […] More
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