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Airbus APWorks renovating Adhoc 3D printing in collaboration with SAP
SAP and APWorks (subsidiary by Airbus group) are working together to take 3D printing to next level. This partnership program would transform manufacturing and supply chain domain with the seamless on-demand industrial 3D printing services.
3D printing is now evolved and ready to serve manufacturing, supply-chain, logistics, industrial engineering industries even in healthcare. With the advancement in 3D printing, it would be possible to achieve unthinkable goals. APWorks is well known for metallic 3D printing, the company is focused to bring the applicability of proven aerospace innovations to other industries.
The partnership with SAP would help the company to digitize and simplify production process which would save lots of time and effort. Moreover, by leveraging the efficiency of SAP HANA Cloud system, APWorks would be able to design and redesign more optimized processes for on-demand manufacturing of 3D printed components for safety critical applications. Through this partnership program, not only manufacturing 3D printed parts in firms would be standardized, also it's envisioned to create a network of experts on industrial 3D printing.
SAP will be handling the IT infrastructure where business customers would feed their specifications and APWorks will translate those specifications into deliverables. With this collaboration logistic chain in production process would be reduced, processed would be shortened and optimized, on-demand production cost would be reduced and a seamless adhoc 3D printing service could be offered to the customers. With 3D printing possible for all components of an A350 aircraft, the flight weight could be reduced by a ton which will save lots of fuels. Moreover, zero unplanned downtime for commercial flights will be possible through this innovation.