Aerospace Covering galactic distances Overview The aerospace sector, with a particular reference to the new space Economy, has accelerated the adoption of 3D printing as a method of manufacturing finished parts. In this time of race for space, additive manufacturing is pushing the boundaries of what was once thought possible. Roboze 3D printing technology for super polymers and composite materials meets the extreme needs of the aerospace sector, to reduce weights, increase efficiency and replace metals with the aim of covering galactic distances. Advantages Innovative Materials Mechanically resistant super polymers, suitable for use in extreme environments Complex geometries Produce highly personalized parts according to your requirements, reducing weights and costs Production flexibility Parts on demand in a fraction of the time compared to conventional methods Suggested Material Carbon PEEK Carbon fiber reinforced composite material, with extraordinary characteristics in terms of mechanical, thermal and chemical resistance. Resources Discover how Roboze is supporting the widespread use of additive manufacturing in the aerospace industry. Roboze 3D printing solutions for the aerospace sector: Isogrid structures and Sandwich panels Roboze additive manufacturing, associated with super polymers and composite materials, allows to optimize the production of structural parts for the aerospace sector. PEEK chemical resistance in the aerospace sector The chemical resistance of PEEK, a thermoplastic semi-crystalline polymer, makes it the best ally for aerospace applications.