Tag: Boeing

Solar Atmospheres obtains Boeing approval for oil quenching

Solar Atmospheres announced the approval of a critical Boeing specification for the oil quenching of alloy steels

Titanium and civil aviation: turbulence ahead

Addressing the challenge of hydrogen embrittlement in metallurgy

Boeing releases positive commercial market outlook

Boeing has now released its commercial market outlook to 2039, detailing a near-term focus on fleet renewal and a long-term focus on fleet versatility and growth. 

Boeing continues investment in Additive Manufacturing

Boeing has made several moves this year that demonstrate their keen interest in additive manufacturing. This includes an investment in Digital Alloys, a patent-holder for multiple promising technological advances in metallic AM processes.

LTI receives immersion UT approvals

Laboratory Testing Inc. (LTI) has received Boeing approval to perform immersion Ultrasonic Testing (UT) of round bar material to AMS 2631 and AMS-STD-2154.

Boeing & Oerlikon develop 3D processes

Boeing and Oerlikon, a technology and engineering group, signed a five-year collaboration agreement to develop standard materials and processes for metal-based additive manufacturing.

Oerlikon, Boeing to work on AM processes

Boeing [BA] and Oerlikon [OERL] have signed a five-year collaboration agreement to develop standard materials and processes for metal-based additive manufacturing (AM).

Norsk Titanium’s Ti components for BA

Norsk Titanium AS, the  supplier of additive-manufactured, structural titanium components has received a production purchase order for 3D-printed structural titanium components from Boeing ( BA) that are being produced by Norsk’s proprietary Rapid Plasma Deposition™ (RPD™) process.

Boeing awards forging contract to Bharat Forge

Boeing has recently declared that it has awarded a contract to Bharat Forge for titanium forgings for the Boeing 777X.

Alcoa enters multiyear contract with Boeing

Lightweight metals leader Alcoa has declared long-term supply contracts with Boeing valued at over USD 2.5B. Under the contract, Alcoa Fastening Systems & Rings will supply advanced titanium, stainless steel, alloy steel and nickel-based superalloy fastening systems for every Boeing platform, including the 777X—Boeing’s newest commercial airplane—the 737 MAX—scheduled for first delivery in 2017—and the 787 Dreamliner. Alcoa has also announced a second agreement under which it is the sole supplier of ready-to-install titanium seat track assemblies for all three members of the 787 Dreamliner families of airplanes.