AFRL, Universities Form Additive Printing Partnership For Spacecraft Structures Written 19 March 2019

ExecutiveGov reports that “the U.S. Air Force Laboratory’s composites branch partnered with the University of Miami, Louisiana Tech University, University of Arkansas and the University of Texas to highlight the application of 3D printed carbon fiber and epoxy components on air and spacecraft structures.” The USAF indicated that additive printing “supports the integration of metal and electrical parts which can accelerate the construction of multifunctional structures for unmanned aircraft systems.” AFRL Composite Performance Research Team Research Leader Jeffery Baur said, “The potential to quickly print high strength composite parts and fixtures for the warfighter could be a tremendous asset both in the field and for accelerating weapon system development.” 
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