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High-Performance Thermoplastics Market Size Worth $65.6 Billion By 2026
High-performance thermoplastics are the desired material in large industries such as electrical and electronics and industrial applications.
Altair, Rolls Royce Bridge the Gap Between Engineering and Data Science
Partnership will address a wide variety of use cases, including applying AI to engineering test data and simulation.
U.S. Air Force to Standardize With  Siemens’ Teamcenter PLM Platform
Siemens expands relationship supporting U.S. Air Force with digital capabilities to innovate in the defense industry.
Altair and Rolls-Royce Germany Partner on AI and Engineering
The collaboration is expected to drive transformative business value by reducing development time and costs.
SAE Industry Technologies Consortia and Members Launch Data Consortium
Consortium supports the development of aerospace material specifications for additive manufacturing.
Safran Transmission Systems Picks MSC Software to Manage Simulation Data
Web-based simulation and test data management system addresses all phases from project initiation through product launch and beyond.
Lighter by Design
Generative design can help engineers meet new lightweighting requirements.
Northrop Grumman Donates Shock Tunnel for Purdue Hypersonics Research
Once installed, Purdue will reportedly be only the second university in the U.S. to offer such a hypersonics test capability.
Ansys and University of Texas at Arlington Boost High-Speed Hypersonics Research and Development
New collaboration aims to save hundreds of millions of dollars in hypersonic aircraft, spacecraft and missile prototype testing.
Clemson Debuts Advanced Composites Research Center
Clemson Composites Center to support partners, state through high-impact R&D, university says.
Optomec Gets Air Force Contract for Metal Additive System
Optomec's automated will enable production repair of aircraft titanium turbine blades.
Engineer Building Beyond-This-World Solutions for COVID-19 Challenges
Xin Ning, assistant professor of aerospace engineering, was awarded a National Science Foundation grant to translate foldable space tools into medical equipment on Earth
FAA Invests $3 million in Auburn University Additive Research
The project involves fabricating metal parts from multiple industrial-scale metal 3D printers.
Stratasys Gains Large Aerospace Order
Order follows AM Craft investment in four large-scale 3D printers.
Mastercam Featured in TITANS of CNC Aerospace Academy
TITANS of CNC Aerospace Academy is a project-based platform teaching high-level manufacturers the skills necessary to produce complex aerospace parts using the most difficult materials.



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