Boeing looks to trim costs with first 3D-printed plane structure

By CNBC

Apr 11, 2017

The first 3-D printed components to be used on a commercial jet plane are all set to fly thanks to a partnership between U.S. aerospace giant Boeing and a Norwegian firm.

Norsk Titanium confirmed on its website Monday that it's now received a production order from Boeing for 3-D printed structural titanium components to be used on the Dreamliner 787.

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