Boom Supersonic, the Colorado company building history’s fastest supersonic airliner, signed a seven-year agreement extension with Stratasys. The companies are further accelerating the adoption of additive manufacturing for 3D printed flight hardware using the Stratasys F900 3D Printer with the Aircraft Interiors Solution (AIS) package.
“The team at Boom is doing something that’s never been achieved – successful mainstream supersonic airline travel. But development of aircraft that can safely and efficiently travel at Mach 2.2 requires a new approach to manufacturing processes”
Boom Supersonic is utilizing the Stratasys F900 3D Printer with the Aircraft Interiors Solution (AIS) package to create hundreds of 3D printed parts for XB-1, the company’s supersonic demonstrator aircraft. The AIS package is aimed at helping improve mechanical properties and enables repeatable development of aircraft production parts.