Think about the last time you took a commercial flight. What are some of the distinct things you remember about the aircraft cabin? If you could, how would you change some of the design elements using 3D printing technologies?
The Paris Airshow starts next week, and we are excited to be exhibiting some of the new and innovative ways we, as well as some of our partners, think about aircraft interiors. From individual part weight reduction to a more comfortable layout and design, the future of aircraft interiors is set to take off in innovative ways. To celebrate the huge aviation industry event we have created an augmented reality experience (get your headset) that takes you inside of an airline cabin to ponder all of the ways that 3D printing can impact passenger aircraft interior design and creation. In addition, we will be featuring immersive aircraft demonstration with 3D printed parts at the show. Our 3D printing experts will be offering tours of our exhibition booth with aerospace experts on hand to answer any questions you have or discuss innovative ideas you wish to share. Join us for a tour by registering here.
Feature Photo: Malaysia Airlines A330 interior by Andy Mitchell l CC BY-SA 2.0