Rostec specialists have manufactured key suspension parts of the first Russian automated electric racing car BRT-8D, which is being created by Bauman Moscow State Technical University. They are made by 3D printing at the Center for Additive Technologies of Rostec. The uniqueness of the parts lies in the special bionic design and the use of SLM technology, which gives the product high strength characteristics.
Additive Technologies Center of Rostec State Corporation (ATC) and the Moscow Center for Laser Technologies (MCLT), a scientific and engineering center of Bauman Moscow State Technical University, have signed a cooperation agreement. The document which is aimed at creating equipment for industrial 3D printing was signed by Vladislav Kochkurov, CEO ATC and Alexander Grigoryants, CEO MCLT.
Additive Technologies Center of Rostec (ATC) and Zyfra company will create a digital platform for the promotion of additive solutions. The service will be created on the basis of the IoT platform (the Internet of Things).
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 Additive Technologies Center of Rostec State Corporation has put into operation a laser printer with the largest available build volume in Russia. The new equipment will make it possible to use additive technology to “grow” large-sized parts for the next-generation VK-1600V engine used in helicopter Ka-62.