The Defence industry is constantly challenged to be ahead of the curve when it comes to protecting the front line.
The quality and strength of materials available for 3D printing changes the economic and technological choices for Defence and Aerospace. Now, if it’s a low production part, 3D printing is cheaper than running a mould or to create a mass batch.
Now more than ever, Defence industries are looking for innovative ways to be safer and more efficient. Robots introduce efficiencies by automating simple processes in the supply chain and help optimise resources efficiently.
Konica Minolta will be at the 2021 Land Forces International Land Defence Exposition, 1 June 2021 to 3 June 2021, stand C29.
3D printing and the new shape of industrial manufacturing, now making parts and tools stronger than ever, Defence and Aerospace industries are competing to make most of metal print applications.
Watch how Royal Australian Air Force has chosen Konica Minoltas Mobile Industrial Robots (MiR) to automate the movement of aircraft parts.
Discover the latest methods of metal printing which encases particles providing structural integrity, and recycling the needed particles for sustainability.
A precision-designed, sensor-driven machine delivers breakthrough reliability and performance with a simple user experience.
Read more about how printing Copper has recently become possible enabling disciplines such as electrical engineering to rethink creativity.