The World’s First 3D Printed Plane Is Here From the University of Southampton.
Posted on August 3, 2011 by saya
Making an airplane is no longer a complex course, because the Southampton University has “printed” out an aircraft in merely a couple of days.
It is amazing to see 3D printing technology to be used in manufacturing a plane. 3D printing allows for fine-tuning without the need for great expense, cuts down the time spent on a plane, and still ensures a high quality of aircrafts. The world’s first 3D airplane is now getting ready for its first flight and you’ll soon see it flying with a speed up to 100 miles an hour.