Development of structural, lightweight and free-form components

Weight reduction to minimize environmental impact for airplanes, cost efficient manufacturing of structural parts of electrical vehicles or enabling complex frames for new urban air mobility concepts, these are all opportunities that could be enabled by Continuous Fiber Additive Manufacturing technology. BMC has competence and know-how in the full range of expertises involved in CFAM technology. We focus on materials formulation and selection, design for continuous fiber additive manufacturing, processing and simulation and prediction of product performance

Richard Janssen

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Richard Janssen
Business Development Manager
richard.janssen@brightlandsmc.com

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