“Inspiration Through Innovation” Virtual event provides aerospace manufacturers with valuable lessons from collaborations

Source: Press release

With the value of collaboration in the pursuit of innovation in mind, Seco and its technical partners hosted Aero Inspiration Through Innovation (ITI) on 23-24 November for aerospace manufacturers. The event drew more than 1439 registrants.

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ITI attracted well over 1439 individuals to event demonstrations, panel discussions and seminars covering various key topics.
ITI attracted well over 1439 individuals to event demonstrations, panel discussions and seminars covering various key topics.
(Source: Seco Tools)

With a focus on the complex issues and trends those manufacturers face, ITI showcased collaborative solutions with real-life machining demonstrations and important conversations about digitalization, automation and sustainability. The Seco ITI events draw on the company’s global network of partners, bringing together in-house expertise and external knowledge to explore problem-solving possibilities. During Aero ITI 2021, attendees experienced the results of such innovative partnerships and discovered how collaboration can help them find solutions that will drive their businesses forward. This collaborative approach solves ongoing issues found in manufacturing aircraft components, such as the challenges inherent in machining materials like titanium, superalloys and aluminum from billets, forgings and near-net additive manufactured parts.

Seco conducted Aero ITI events in English, French and German from the UK, France, Germany and North America. Overall, ITI attracted well over 1439 individuals to event demonstrations, panel discussions and seminars covering various key topics.

Aero ITI 2021 demonstrations showcased wire-arc additive manufacturing for Inconel blisks; on-machine broaching instead of using multiple machines; tools and strategies for finishing wing pylons; the automation of aluminum A-frame machining for high material removal rates; additive/subtractive manufacturing of blisks to reduce cycle times and costs; five-axis machining of aluminum structural parts for process security along with less handling; and extrusion machining to eliminate workholding and multiple setups.

Industry panel discussions and seminar topics covered topics relevant to the industry, including digitalization, sustainability and automation.

The live Aero ITI events were completed on 1 December, however the event recordings are available on the company's website through 31 December at.

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