ARC's 3D modelling in the aerospace and defence industries enable the effortless creation of smooth geometries without having to invest too much in expensive parts and tooling equipment.
This 3D printed drone renders the flexibility that every part of the assembly can be 3D printed with exception to only the electronic components.
This is a prototype or miniature of an aircraft engine. This can be used to generate an idea of how an aircraft engine looks in reality and its functionality.
Manufacturing small metal vehicle parts via 3D printing could revolutionize army logistics. Instead of leaving a ground vehicle such as a tank inactive for weeks (if not months), replacing parts with a 3D-printed version can return the vehicle to duty in a matter of hours.
Many parts in a ground vehicle are made of steel and easily replaced with metal 3D printed parts, which can exhibit better material properties than original parts.
3D printing body armor innovation,will be able to print custom-made armor on the spot. According to a recent research on 3D printing technology, it is believed that the advanced countries have started research to put 3D printing that shall be able to print body armor for soldiers in the near future.