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Missile Bodies & Casings
Because of their high speed, missiles have to withstand high air resistance and temperatures before they reach their target. The missile body (or casing) structure has to be made strong enough to protect the sensitive and volatile internal components from atmospheric pressures, all the while being safe enough for general handling and transportation. Missile bodies are typically made from a number of different materials, including carbon steel and aluminum.
ADDere additive manufacturing can produce missile bodies from any number of metal-based materials. This also can include cladding parts with alternative metals onto a base structure. For example, the body of the missile cases could be manufactured from aluminum with the nose cone, fins and control surfaces made from steel.
The ADDere laser wire additive manufacturing system specializes in producing 3D printed large-scale, near-net-shape parts in a variety of metals including Titanium, Inconel, Stainless Steel and other superalloys, as well as most Ferrous-based metals.
ADDere has these additive manufacturing capabilities as well as many more printing capabilities. Contact us today if your business is interested in 3D-printed missile bodies.
ADDere specializes in producing complex 3D printed large-scale, near-net-shape parts in a variety of common metals and superalloys.
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