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Boom Supersonic, Stratasys sign partnership for 3D printing aircraft parts

3D printing and additive manufacturing company Stratasys and Boom Supersonic have inked athree-year technical partnership, where Boom will use 3D printing for the production of advanced tooling and production-grade aircraft parts.

Boom is deploying the Stratasys FDM-based Fortus 450mc and F370 3D printers.

[Image courtesy: Boom Supersonic]

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