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Stratasys partners with AM Craft for 3D-printed aviation parts

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  • Stratasys, a provider of polymer 3D printing solutions, has entered a definitive commercial collaboration agreement with AM Craft, a provider of polymer Additive Manufacturing for the aviation industry, to produce flight-certified 3D printed parts for the aviation sector. The partnership also involved Stratasys' strategic investment in AM Craft.

  • The partnership will enable Stratasys to leverage AM Craft’s EASA certification to deliver 3D-printed parts for airlines, aircraft maintenance and repair organizations, and original equipment manufacturers (OEMs). The two companies will operate a network of 13 printers under EASA 21G approval. Under the partnership, AM Craft will also operate Stratasys’ Singapore-based subsidiary, Additive Flight Solutions, allowing expansion to Southeast Asia.

  • Stratasys’ vice president will join AM Craft's board of directors to facilitate the partnership.

  • The companies will also evaluate collaborating with the US-based Stratasys Direct Manufacturing and its equipment installation base.

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