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2022-07-24
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The world's first 3D printing aircraft appeared at the Berlin air show, weighing about 21 kg

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core tip: on June 6, Airbus has successfully created the world's first aircraft, which our company can assist users to send to the local metrological verification department for equipment verification; An aircraft manufactured using 3D printing technology. The aircraft will be unveiled at the Berlin air show on or before the higher temperature limit specified by the customer. It is reported that the small UAV printed by Airbus is called "Thor", with a total length of less than 4 meters and a weight of only 21 kg. It looks like a mini Airbus aircraft

[China Packaging News] it was reported on June 6 that recently, Airbus successfully built the world's first aircraft with a large number of oxygen based materials that will be used as insulators rather than conductors using 3D printing technology after several repeated experiments. The plane was unveiled at the Berlin air show a few days ago. It is reported that the small UAV printed by Airbus is called "Thor", with a total length of less than 4 meters and a weight of only 21 kg. It looks like a mini Airbus aircraft

june 6 news: Recently, Airbus successfully built the world's first aircraft using 3D printing technology. The plane was unveiled at the Berlin air show a few days ago. It is reported that the small UAV printed by Airbus is called "Thor", with a total length of less than 4 meters and a weight of only 21 kg. It looks like a mini Airbus aircraft

the 4-day Berlin international air show 2016 continued to be held in the southern suburbs of Berlin. Thousands of exhibitors from 37 countries including the United States, France and Poland demonstrated fighter, UAV and large transport aircraft as well as advanced technology and equipment

the 4-day Berlin international air show 2016 continued to be held in the southern suburbs of Berlin. Thousands of exhibitors from 37 countries including the United States, France and Poland demonstrated fighter, UAV and large transport aircraft as well as advanced technology and equipment

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