After decades of development, 3D printing technology is continually improving. 3D printing can customize production parts, which is a powerful supplement to traditional manufacturing. The aerospace industry is one of the most important parts of modern industry, and 3D printing technology has brought more efficient solutions to the aerospace industry. In aerospace, 3D printing's advantages in complex structures, lightweight, new materials and other applications are particularly prominent, and its technical characteristics are perfectly suited to the aerospace industry.


CD BioSciences is a leading global provider of 3D printing solutions, with a professional technical team, one-stop services and high-performance materials. 3D printing can quickly produce complex, high-strength and lightweight parts that meet the harsh needs of the aerospace industry.

The first industry that benefits from 3D printing technology is undoubtedly the aerospace industry, because price is not a limiting factor in the development of technology for this industry. The environment of aerospace equipment is extremely harsh, and its design and material properties are extremely strict. Safe, lightweight and durable materials are essential in turbine and aircraft components manufacture.


  • Shorten the R & D cycle

Innovation in aerospace technology is extremely fierce in competition worldwide. 3D printing technology can design high-performance parts without the need for molds, which greatly shortens the product development and manufacturing cycle, reduces time costs, and is conducive to accelerating the project process.

  • Reduce weight and energy consumption

For aerospace equipment, reducing weight is a constant theme, but traditional manufacturing methods have brought weight loss to the extreme. 3D printing can optimize the structure of complex parts under the premise of ensuring performance, greatly reduce the weight of parts, improve the mobility and speed of aerospace equipment, and save high aerospace fuel costs.

  • Reduce the cost

The aerospace industry mostly uses expensive and difficult to process materials, such as titanium alloys and nickel-based super alloys and other metal materials. Traditional manufacturing methods have a low material utilization rate, complex processing procedures, a long production cycle and high costs. 3D printing technology can greatly reduce manufacturing costs and save raw materials.

Through 3D printing, you can improve production efficiency and simplify the supply chain, reducing inventory risk and storage costs for spare parts.

  • Extend the service life

3D printing can use a variety of materials to produce parts with excellent resistance to mechanical wear, corrosion, oxidation and extreme temperatures. Moreover, 3D printing can present the stress of parts to the most rational distribution, thereby extending the service life of the parts.

  • Improve accuracy

The accuracy of parts in the aerospace industry is crucial, and digital 3D printing technology can improve the detection efficiency and accuracy of irregular parts, so as to optimize the quality control process of parts.

Typical applications

Typical applications

3D printing can manufacture complex parts suitable for the extreme environments of the aerospace industry, and can reduce weight and cost. Currently, 3D printing is mainly used in aerospace for manufacturing the following parts.

  • Cabin interiors
  • Engine
  • Cockpit
  • Heat exchanger
  • Fuel tank
  • Transmission housing
  • Structural hinge

In the process of applying 3D printing to the manufacturing and design of the aerospace industry, you can easily get complex and completely dense parts. As a 3D printing solution provider, our products and services are suitable for the aerospace industry. The one-stop 3D printing service we have supports you in different ways. Our company has the certification qualifications and high-performance materials you need. As a trusted partner, let us help you make aerospace parts.

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