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Airbus s 3D printing technology business has teamed up with software house Dassault Systemes to streamline the process for designing and series manufacture of flight-approved metal parts which could help bring printed structural components inside airliner cabins within a year.
Agile production lines, tightening the time it takes to design and develop products and adapting to new materials and capabilities.
From internet-connected 3D printers to autonomous warehouse robots, Greater Boston's tech community continues to thrive at the intersection of hardware and software, attracting international attention from established companies looking to capitalize on the next generation of technology. Dassault Systemes, a large French company that specializes in 3D design software, on Tuesday celebrated the opening of its 3DExperience Lab in Waltham, a space that will give entrepreneurs, students, university researchers and corporate innovation units access to high-tech product development equipment. A "digital fabrication" space outfitted with workbenches, 3D printers, laser engravers and a robotic arm was set up with help from an MIT initiative called the Center for Bits and Atoms.