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12 FEB 2020
(Singapore Airshow) PRATT & WHITNEY revealed the industrialization of the use of 3D-printing for an aero-engine component - a first in the maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) of commercial engines - in collaboration with Singapore's ST ENGINEERING. The 3D-printed part is projected to be part of the repair process by mid-2020 at PRATT & WHITNEY's repair specialist in Singapore, Component Aerospace Singapore.
Singapore Engine Maintenance


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