RedCabin, in collaboration with its host partner Safran, has announced that its summit on additive manufacturing for aircraft cabins will take place from June 8 to 10, 2021.
With the widespread adoption of additive manufacturing (AM) expected to support the transformation of the aviation industry, the virtual summit will last for three days and will focus on unveiling the latest 3D printing technologies, understanding their impact on interiors of aircraft. aircraft and the broader aviation supply chain, as well as the development of new certification processes and partnerships.
This year, the Aircraft Cabin Additive Manufacturing Summit will include:
- Additive ambitions: the world’s leading airlines, manufacturers and industrial organizations unveil their plans and projects to increase the adoption of 3D printed parts in the cabin
- Airline Insights: An exclusive look at the perspectives of leading airlines at the forefront of additive manufacturing – including Etihad Airways and Sri Lankan Airlines
- Certification challenges: in-depth roundtables and working groups focused on solving the biggest certification challenges for 3D printed parts
Monica Wick, CEO and Founder of RedCabin, commented: âAdditive manufacturing has already emerged as a tool capable of transforming the supply chain, reducing waste and supporting the development of new, lightweight indoor products. aircraft cabins – improving both the passenger experience and sustainability.
“By bringing together leading people and organizations, we can collaborate and develop new innovations and partnerships that take aviation 3D printing to new heights – and support the industry’s recovery from Covid.”
The RedCabin Aircraft Cabin Additive Manufacturing Summit 2021 is sponsored by Materialize and EOS.