Stratasys and BAE Systems increase collaboration on emerging additive manufacturing solutions

Written by: Tom Austin-Morgan | Published:
Ian Barton, head of strategy & investment planning & Andrew Schofield, head of manufacturing & materials engineering, BAE Systems; Yann Rageul, head of strategic accounts for EMEA, Stratasys; & Simon Whitaker, technology operations manager, BAE Systems

3D printing company, Stratasys has further strengthened its relationship with BAE Systems around emerging additive manufacturing (AM) solutions by providing the defence, security, and aerospace giant with increased access to new materials and production technologies currently under development.

Dave Holmes, manufacturing director, BAE Systems Air, said: “Already integrated across our production operations, Stratasys’ technology will continue to be vital in addressing and solving our current and future manufacturing challenges.”

Stratasys hopes to benefit from dedicated insight and guidance into specific existing and future needs demanded by the aerospace and defence manufacturer, seeing it as invaluable for steering future R&D programmes and the advancement of next-generation AM technologies.

Yann Rageul, head of strategic accounts for EMEA at Stratasys, added: “Stratasys’ close cooperation and knowledge-share with strategic customers like BAE Systems is paramount to ensuring we continue to stay ahead of the curve when it comes to developing and delivering additive manufacturing solutions that meet exacting application requirements within key industries.”

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