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Microlattice, the lightest metal ever

via Boeing Just spotted this little clip from Boeing about the lightest metal ever, consisting of 99,9 % air. Wikipedia says that “a metallic microlattice is a synthetic porous metallic material, consisting of an ultra-light metal foam. With a density … Weiterlesen

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„Da kommt dann nur noch Schleifen in Frage.“
Tim Kern und Wolfram Hermle über die Rolle der Haas Schleifmaschinen in der Aerospace-Industrie

„Da kommt dann nur noch Schleifen in Frage.“ Tim Kern und Wolfram Hermle über die Rolle der Haas Schleifmaschinen GmbH in der Aerospace-Industrie. Großes Interview Weiterlesen

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Paris Air Show 2015 – encore

via Salon International de l’Aéronautique et de l’Espace Here is an interesting video about the Paris Air Show 2015 that ended last Sunday. Filmed with drone AirBuzz. Enjoy and don’t forget: Keep grinding with attitude! Dirk Wember

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“Who knows what wonders await us
at these New Horizons?”

But what I also like about this mission is the name of the spacecraft: New Horizons. Why? Well, the name reminds me of our grinding software Multigrind® Horizon which we introduced about two years ago. And in all modesty: the idea behind the development of our new grinding software was to open new horizons for our customers. Weiterlesen

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Interesting: Guy Norris about aerospace engines at Paris Air Show 2015

via Aviation Week Big Show, Great Engines This is an interesting video live from the Paris Air Show 2015 in Le Bourget. Guy Norris, Senior Editor from Aviation Week, informs us about the role of aerospace engines this year in … Weiterlesen

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Werkstoffe im Flugzeugbau
(Quelle: maschine+werkzeug)

Praktische Übersicht zu den Werkstoffen im Flugzeugbau zum Download Weiterlesen