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Québec’s CRIAQ launches project on additive manufacturing technologies for aerospace components

9 February 2014

The Consortium for Research and Innovation in Aerospace in Québec (CRIAQ) has launched a project (MANU-601) entitled Additive Manufacturing Technologies for Aerospace Components. This project—CRIAQ’s 100 th—aims to generate knowledge about design, transformation and high-strength aluminium alloy properties for additive manufacturing of aerospace components.

MANU-601 brings together 13 partners including eight industrial partners which are the main OEMs, intermediate members and SMEs as well as four research institutes.

CRIAQ is a non-profit organization established in 2002 with the financial support of the Québec government. Its mission is to increase the competitiveness of the aerospace industry, and enhance the collective knowledge base in aerospace through improved education and training of students.

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