ATC of Rostec received a license for serial 3D printing of aircraft components
News · October 07, 2021
Additive Technologies Center (ATC) of Rostec has received a license from the Ministry of Industry and Trade for the serial production of aircraft components by means of additive method. This is the first Russian enterprise that has confirmed its competence in mass industrial 3D printing in the interests of the aviation industry.
The license allows the organization to interact with the main customers of the aviation industry of the Russian Federation in the implementation of the production of aircraft parts using additive technologies, as well as to participate in the mass production of domestic aviation equipment. To obtain a license, it is necessary to meet the full list of requirements – the production capacity of the organization, the availability of equipment for the full cycle of production and testing of products, the competence and high qualifications of employees.
“Aircraft building is one of the most knowledge-intensive industries with increased safety requirements. The license confirms compliance with these requirements and allows the production of products in series. This is a new important stage in the development of additive technologies and the Russian aircraft industry” said Vladislav Kochkurov, CEO of ATC.
Today, the enterprise has mastered the production of 450 types of parts. ATC has the largest fleet of equipment for 3D printing in Russia – 41 units of additive and auxiliary equipment.
Source: ATC press service