Canadian Manufacturing visited our facility in Oakville, ON to chat with our team about how additive manufacturing can help Canadian manufacturers achieve their net zero ambitions.
Additive manufacturing (AM) has the potential to revolutionize the manufacturing space, allowing companies across industries to build lighter, stronger and more cost-effective parts, while accelerating development and production timelines.
Manufacturing supply chains have become increasingly complex over the last three decades, with most now spanning broad geographies, leveraging a wide array of sophisticated logistics, and relying on many external vendors.
The latest issue of SatMagazine features our Technical Director, Keyvan Hosseinkhani, discussing the power of AM to drive the next generation of space manufacturing.
The latest issue of Aerospace Manufacturing features our Technical Director, Keyvan Hosseinkhani, and Mechanical Engineer, Patrick Hale discussing the evolution of aerospace, and how additive manufacturing is helping to increase manufacturing agility.
This partnership funding will support a $5.7 million project advancing the state of the art of additive manufacturing (AM).
At Burloak Technologies, we passionately believe in the vast potential of additive manufacturing. It’s a theme we’re looking forward to discussing with our aerospace customers and associates at the upcoming Farnborough International Airshow, July 18th to 22nd.
Additive manufacturing (AM) is poised to alter the playing field in the space industry.
The additive manufacturing (AM) journey often continues after a part has been printed. At this point post-processing techniques – such as heat treatment – are conducted to achieve additional characteristics and structural benefits.
The West Coast’s must-attend B2B exhibition and conference for space technology and services.