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Metro discusses using 3D printing in aerospace for production parts, as well as upcoming opportunities for the company.   Read more about the story here: https://www.forbes.com/sites/jimvinoski/2019/02/25/metro-aerospace-using-3-d-printing-to-make-gas-guzzling-cargo-airplanes-fly-better/?fbclid=IwAR2s1ZlEC1EcFyacMkUMxtH77OG9SMvvZ00pa2_nQlQjyFWzZA3IsQV7Ye8#6026937a1f1a

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Metro Aerospace, the exclusive manufacturer of drag-reducing Microvanes, has received Federal Aviation Administration Supplemental Type Certificate (STC) approval to install its Microvanes on the Lockheed Martin L-100 (L382G) Hercules aircraft. Simply put, the 3D printed Microvanes reshape the air flow around the aft cargo door, reducing total aircraft drag and thrust requirements. Reducing aerodynamic drag […]

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